|terriko (terriko) wrote,|
@ 2011-08-22 12:38 pm UTC
In fact, Asians are far from passive, unassertive workhorses. CWLP research shows that Asian respondents were as likely as other ethnic groups to have asked a manager or supervisor for a pay raise or a promotion at work. Thirty-seven percent of Asians report asking for a pay raise and 28 percent for a promotion, figures on par with peers in other groups. The fact is, both male and female Asian professionals actively advocate for themselves and the rewards they feel they deserve.
The problem is, they’re asking. But they’re not getting.
Read the rest at Forbes: Asians in America: What's Holding Back the "Model Minority?"