The Illinois CPA Society has released the results of its fourth annual "Accounting Women: 2006 Survey on the Role of Women in CPA Firms" -- finding that the number of women in leadership roles has remained relatively unchanged over the past four years.

The survey, conducted through the society's Women's Executive Committee, tracks the percentage of women CPAs in Illinois at three levels: senior/staff level; senior manager/manager level; and partner/principal level. In addition, the survey tracks women holding firm-wide leadership positions.

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