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10 | TH E M R EP O RT MDWELL Rising Through the Ranks Whether you are looking to launch your own business or take the elevator to the C-Suite, these locales were recently ranked the best U.S. cities for working women. A new study by MagnifyMoney exam- ined eight key factors across 50 metros that combine to create the ideal settings for women to excel in business. From examin- ing the unemployment rate among women to the protections offered to working parents, the following cities are leading the charge to create a diverse and balanced workforce. "In our No. 1 ranked city, Washington, D.C. … we found 43.6 percent of managers in Washington are women … And it scored the 10th lowest wage gap out of the 50 metros analyzed," the MagnifyMoney analysts found. In addition to the list below, view the full report on to see what cities made the honorable mentions list, such as Los Angeles, which has the smallest wage gap out of all 50 metros studied at 10.1 percent (compared to the average of 19 percent). If you are looking to relocate, you'll also want to examine the 10 worst cities for career advancement among women—where Detroit has the dubious honor of No. 1 with a wage gap of 25 percent. 949-900-6630 For mortgage professionals only. This information is intended for the exclusive use of licensed real estate and mortgage lending professionals in accordance with local laws and regulations. Distribution to the general public is prohibited. Rates and programs are subject to change without notice. Citadel Servicing Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or other classification protected by law. Wholesale / Correspondent Non-Prime Lending FIRST TO MARKET FIRST TO INNOVATE FIRST TO LEAD PARTNER WITH THE LEADER IN NON-PRIME Source: "These Are the Best U.S. Cities for Working Women in 2018" CITY SCORE Washington, D.C. 72.8 Minneapolis 66.4 Sacramento, California 66.2 Denver 65.8 San Francisco 62.6 Seattle 62.1 Baltimore 60.8 Providence, Rhode Island 58.2 St. Louis 56.6 Kansas City, Missouri 56.5

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