Citi and LinkedIn recently completed a national survey exploring the way in which women define success.

Entitled Today’s Professional Woman Report, the survey asked women what they consider their biggest career challenges, their most pressing financial concerns and their definition of “success.”

Surprisingly, marriage and children often didn’t figure in at all. As Citi reported, more than a third – 36% percent – of the women polled didn’t factor marriage into their definition of “having it all” and nearly a third – 27 percent – didn’t include children.


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