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Does The Mortgage Industry Have A #MeToo Problem?

NMP Staff
Jul 14, 2020
MeToo sign | Photo by Mihai Surdu on Unsplash

The last few days have seen a lot of discussion about mortgage industry leaders and the treatment of women. That’s why National Mortgage Professional magazine would like your thoughts on how women in the industry are viewed. What are your thoughts and experiences? How are women treated and regarded in the industry?
 
Whether you are male or female, please share your thoughts by taking our survey. Survey responses are anonymous and identifying information (such as name and email) will not be collected. Responses will be used for journalistic purposes only.
 
 
The survey deadline is Friday, July 17 at midnight, PDT. Please feel free to send the survey link or invitation to your professional colleagues and friends.
 
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