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Hadley

Lovely graph. One small improvement would be to swap book publishing and law firms so that the categories are ordered by overall percent female. I also wonder (since the focus of this graph females) whether the axis should be % female, rather than male.

Kaiser

The second point is particularly true, and I was too lazy to change it after making the chart.

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