What's your take on it? Agree2 Disagree1 You voted 'Agree'. Pending Said by: Steen JakobsenSaxo BankSaid on: 12/11/17Expiration: Monday, December 31, 2018 - 07:30Image credit: Saxo BankDescriptionDescriptionIn 2018, the trend towards increasing female representation in the boardroom level goes super-exponential, with twice as many women rising to the level of CEO at Fortune 500 companies. Over the last generation, women have started achieving higher education levels than men, with US universities now graduating some 50% more women than men at the bachelor’s degree level. Women also now comprise nearly half of all business graduates. Perhaps the trigger for all of this was the rediscovery in 2017 of the gross harassment women deal with every day when knuckle-dragging alpha males run the show. In 2018, the chauvinist old boys’ clubs are shaken to their core by shareholders and enlightened self-reflective purges and a woman occupies the top spot at more than 60 Fortune 500 companies by the end of the year. Source(s)Source(s): home.sax... File(s) saxo_2018_predictions_all_predictions.jpg its_their_time.jpg CategoriesEconomyWomenFortune 500Workplace Horizontal TabsResultPending What's the difficulty level of this prediction? Hard to predict Easy to predict Not easy, nor hard You voted 'Hard to predict'.