You Probably Prefer Working With Men & Here's Why

Given that this preference is shared by men and women alike, this doesn't really constitute sexism or its perpetuation.

According to Pew Research Center’s latest survey, most Americans don’t really care if their coworkers are male or female. But those who do display preference say they would prefer working with men. That’s right. Both men and women would much rather work with men.

But to what do women owe this unpopularity? Or rather, why are male coworkers held in such high esteem?

Without further ado, let us speculate:

They Can Take An Honest Opinion

They Can Take An Honest Opinion

This is how she will react to constructive criticism.

Female Bosses Can Be Too Sharp Tongued

Female Bosses Can Be Too Sharp Tongued

Women tend to let their mood swings influence their mannerisms and will get away with a rude mouth more often than men. 

Men Tell You Like It Is

Men Tell You Like It Is

They won’t give you an encrypted message, expecting you to spend all day deciphering their contradictory instructions.

Men Make Better Listeners

Men Make Better Listeners

Men listen more readily than their female counterparts, who at times go to great lengths to prove that they have an opinion.

Women Are More Likely To Execute Personal Bias

Women Are More Likely To Execute Personal Bias

When people go to work, they need to know that recognition, better assignments and promotions will come on the basis of merit.

Women Can Treat You Like Sh*t

Women Can Treat You Like Sh*t

Take your sass back home, home girl!

Men Distance Themselves From Politics

Men Distance Themselves From Politics

Not all men.

Women Get Too Personal

Women Get Too Personal

You never know what can strike a chord with a woman.

Men Give An Honest Opinion

Men Give An Honest Opinion

Men don’t mind calling a spade a spade. Most women tend to sugarcoat the truth. But we all know too much sugar and you’ll wind up with diabetes, right?

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