CREW Network’s most recent survey of women in commercial real estate workplaces reveals that nearly three-quarters of respondents expect their compensation to increase this year, while 21% think it will remain on par with 2021 levels.

Just 30% of respondents had asked for a raise in the last year and 65% received an increase, according to the CREW data. The survey also notes that while women in commercial real estate have typically listed the lack of a company mentor or sponsor as one of the top barriers to their advancement in the industry, just 56% of 2022 survey respondents said they had access to a mentor or sponsor in the last two years. And that number was significantly lower for people of color: just 21% had a mentor or sponsor in the last two years.

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