It's not bad enough that the Trump administration is killing regulations that benefit women—from equal pay to birth control to Title IX—but women were already either stalled or losing ground in the workplace. For the third year in a row, the report says, women are underrepresented at every level in corporate America, with fewer and fewer ascending the corporate ladder.

That's according to a Huffington Post report that lays out the gloomy news—which comes from a major survey released Tuesday by the nonprofit women's group LeanIn.org and consulting firm McKinsey & Co. According to the study, "Women fall behind early and continue to lose ground with every step." Not a very cheerful picture.

Corporations have failed, despite what the report calls "lip service" to equality, to advance women either in positions of responsibility or financially, with only 47 percent of entry-level workers being women but even fewer—only 37 percent—being managers. Just 29 percent of vice presidents are women, it adds, but when it comes to the C-suite, that's cut by a third to just 20 percent.

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