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Female Creative Directors Seem Different to Male Creative Directors.

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IfIf I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard that male creative directors are easier to work with than female creative directors, I’d worry less about wage equality.

I’ve heard female creative directors described as being defensive, quick to react, and overly protective. I’ve heard male creative directors described as being funny and confident, as…

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