Fully 97 percent of senior managers at Fortune 1000 and Fortune 500 companies are white, and about the same proportion are male. Only 5 percent of senior managers for Fortune 2000 industrial and service companies are women. Those conclusions were released today by the Labor Department's Glass Ceiling Commission. Bush Administration Labor Secretary Lynn Martin created the commission in 1991 to document the problem and find ways to remove the barriers that keep women and minorities out of top corporate posts. Labor Secretary Robert Reich said today that the findings are a "strong argument for extra efforts to cast the net more widely and find qualified minorities and women." The commission's final report is due in November.