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coffeelover99
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January 1970

If you are working in the tv aspect of ESPN, make sure you assert yourself and let your bosses know your accomplishments. Management is definitely a supporter of women moving up at ESPN, but working with the men who are your peers is where the sexism comes into play. Keep in mind that at the end of the day, your manager's opinions is the only thing you should care about.

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3.0
$50k-$80k
$0-$10k
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Culture, Policies
It really depends on each individuals experiences. I know some women who have been carried up the ranks of ESPN, and others who have been discriminated against. TV is a tough industry to be a woman in, still to this day.
Improve work-life balance and policies (e.g. flex-time, limit face time)
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Lady MOC Digital media
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January 1970

I generally love the company, but being a woman who also identifies with other marginalized communities can be difficult. It feels like there is heightened scrutiny on the performances of women, and lack of attention paid to anything that is explicitly women focused by most of digital (unless it's Serena or Rousey)

Job Satisfaction Level
4.0
$25k-$50k
$0-$10k
8 hours
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I think it depends on the salience of the identity of the woman. Sometimes gender doesn't really matter, but the microagressions are real
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Lady warriors29
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January 1970

Not sure.

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4.0
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9 hours
10 paid / 14 unpaid
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