By Steve Doughty Social Affairs Correspondent For The Daily Mail
Published: 00:50 BST, 4 May 2019 | Updated: 00:50 BST, 4 May 2019
Men face being squeezed out of the best-paying jobs because they cannot compete with the face-to-face confidence of female rivals, a study has found.
It said women were winning the battle for success because they were better at getting on with colleagues and clients.
The study found that over a 20-year period, a lower share of men were appointed to the highest-paid jobs, even though the number of such jobs increased.
Women are winning the battle for success because they were better at getting on with colleagues and clients (stock image)
The research published by the UBS International Centre of Economics in Society said: 'The key driver seems to be growing demand for social skills, such as empathy, communication, emotion recognition and verbal