SJMC students: 'He-cession' might be overhyped

The job losses that disproportionately affected men during the recession likely are not permanent, and although women now make up the larger demographic in the workforce, a glass ceiling still keeps women from Minnesota's highest paying jobs.

These are the findings of a group of School of Journalism and Mass Communication students, whose story was published Jan. 10 on MinnPost.com.

The students -- Nicole Harris, Samantha Offerdahl and Kyle Potter -- worked on the story during their in-depth reporting class with SJMC Professor Chris Ison.

The project was funded in part with a grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.

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