Hard to say, other than to warn them that producing work as high in quality as a male peer's will result in him being promoted ahead of you. In fact, even if your work is better, and you have more experience, if the boss is a male, thr male peer will get the promotion, and consequently, the compensation.
Job Satisfaction Level
Not for Pay, Promotion
Promotion and pay are not meritocratic. A fair amount of "Sweetheart" and "girlie" type language in use. Have been in more than one meeting where only the men got handshakes (in most cases, I was the only woman in the room.)
Citigroup is a depressing place to work these days in general. The company is too big and innovation is nascent. It's hard to get anything done and the banks are generally being regulated to death. Citi Ventures, in particular, has entire team turnover every 2-3 years. Not only that, but nearly every Managing Director that has left the team has sued for various levels of wrongful termination.
If you come in as less than a Managing Director, there is no career mobility or career development. You will be support staff for the MDs, who all just want to get back to a real VC. It's also tough to work there because you want to invest in and help all these cool startups you meet, but Citi is very limited in investment ability due to said regulatory issues, and the chances of the startup actually getting a pilot inside of Citi are slim. It's a painful, painful process to get anything done at this company.