Women on Wall St. punished more severely than men for misdeeds

Gender discrimination on Wall Street is an issue even when it comes to punishing employees for misconduct.

Three finance professors said in a new research paper that although the average male financial advisor engages in three times more misconduct than female advisors, females are punished more severely and are less likely to find employment if they lose their jobs. You can read my story about it on CNBC.com here.

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