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Byline: Michelle Guido
Aug. 7--Many women face challenges moving up in business, but climbing the American corporate ladder can be particularly difficult for Asian-Americans, according to a report released today by Catalyst, a nonprofit group that studies women and business trends.
Many have trouble finding mentors in the workplace or feel their managers don't understand their culture. And though among women, Asian-Americans are most likely to have graduate education, they are least likely to be managers or hold high corporate positions, the study found.
The report, "Advancing Asian Women in the Workplace: What Managers Need to Know," mirrors one …