Career plateaus, navigating tricky work situations, figuring out what skills it takes to get to the next professional level — a workplace mentor can be an effective guide through challenges such as these. But historically, such guides have been more readily available to men. Often, that compounds workplace gender inequality. “There’s still a need to give women equal opportunities," said Rebecca Lee Harris, economics instructor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.

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