Women in the United States account for about 47% of the workforce, compared to roughly 29.6% in 1950, according to data from the U.S. Labor Force. No doubt about it, female influence in the workforce is growing. Yet, the gender divide among advisors at the some of the largest firms is pretty striking.

Just check out this graphic obtained from our 2013 FP50 list, showcasing the gender divide among the nation’s largest independent broker-dealers.

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