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2015年12月大学英语六级考试模拟五(选词填空)

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        Women in 2011 made no significant gains in winning more top US business jobs, according to a study, but the head of the study said women are poised to make  in the year ahead.

        The number of women who were board directors, corporate officers or top earners at Fortune 500 companies remained unchanged, said the study by Catalyst, a nonprofit group that  opportunities for women in business.

        The percentage of companies with women on the board of directors was 15.1 percent this year, compared with 14.8 percent in 2010, Catalyst said.

        Also, the percentage of corporate officer positions  by women was 15.7 percent in 2011 and 15.4 percent in 2010, it said. The percentage of top earners in 2011 who were women was 6.2 percent, compared to 6.7 percent in 2010, it said.

        The research on the Fortune 500 companies was  on data as of March 31, 2011. The slight changes in the numbers are not considered  significant, Catalyst said.

        Nevertheless, given the changes in U.S. politics, the future for women in business looks more , said Ilene Lang, president and chief executive  of Catalyst.

        "Overall we're  to see change next year," Lang said. "When we look at shareholders, decision makers, the general public, they're looking for change. "

        "What they're basically saying is, ' Don't give us  of the status quo (现状). Get new ideas in there, get some fresh faces,'" she said.