15 Important Jobs in the US Women Have Yet to Have

Women have made tremendous progress since they joined the workforce in the 19th century. And since then, there have been numerous historic firsts.

While Hillary Clinton won't be the first female president of the U.S., there are many women around the world who have already shattered that glass ceiling — like Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany; Dilma Rousseff, the President of Brazil; and Julia Gillard, the Prime Minister of Australia.

And though the Oval Office won't be occupied by a female president in 2017, there are other important roles women still need to fill. According to Business Insider, here are 15 important jobs woman have yet to hold:

1. President of the United States
2. Vice president of the United States
3. Head coach of a major sports team
4. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
5. Director of the FBI
6. Director of the CIA
7. Senate Majority Leader
8. Catholic clergy
9. Member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 
10. Secretary of Defense
11. Secretary of Treasury
12. Secretary of Veterans Affairs
13. Governor of 23 US states
14. CEO of a top-5 Fortune 500 company
15. UN secretary-general

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