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Women made up around 10 percent of the leadership in newspapers in the United States in 1982. That number rose only to 19 percent by 2012. Today, of the top 25 newspapers in the country, women only hold the top editing position at four. While there seems to be more gender equality in journalism at large, women are still not being hired for leadership positions. Read more about gender equality in journalism here.

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