Tamara Lashchyk, a Wall Street executive and business coach, says that even now, after 25 years in the financial industry, she sees women struggle with asking for more.
"I see women generally less comfortable with negotiating than men," Lashchyk told NBC News. "They tend to negotiate as an extreme measure — when they have another offer or are ready to walk out; whereas for men it's more a normal course of business, something they do on an annual basis."
I was recently quoted for an article on how the gender pay gap is narrowing. The link to the article is attached here.