Classism and elitism are alive and well in Corporate America

The recent college admissions scandal showed the length some parents will go to in order to get their children into the best schools. That Ivy League education and the networking it provides could be worth its weight in gold, especially when climbing the ladder in Corporate America.

In the course of her career and research into workplace behavior, Nicole Jones Young has noticed that some managers recognize the work of the loudest, most confident and, sometimes, the most well-heeled person in the room. That includes people who are well-known to have gone to a good school and, well, come from a wealthy background.

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