- A meta-analysis of studies from 1914 to 2011 establishes the existence of a generalized female advantage in school achievement.
- Referred to as the Pink Tax. In the UK women pay on average 31% more than men for comparable toiletries and paying 12% more for clothing items.
- Gender stereotypes and education.
- Women are under-represented in clinical trials.
- As per UNICEF, poverty, household chores, school infrastructure deficits, harassment, insecurity, and early marriage and pregnancy remain barriers to girls education. The World Economic Forum links a country’s wealth – not its laws or culture – is the most important factor in determining a woman’s educational fate.
- Average British woman spends £70,000 on her appearance in a lifetime.
- There are numerous product flops caused by lack of an inclusive design and testing.
- Women are still criminalized for their own rape and abuse in the East and the West.
- In the US, women represent 57 percent of recent college graduates; however, fewer women than men get hired. As we move up on the corporate ladder, women representation declines at every level, resulting in one woman in five C-suite leaders.
- “Until beyond the age of 42, women are all viewed as potential maternity leave cases, therefore career progression is limited and promotions harder fought.” FTfm’s Women in Asset Management survey.
- The 10 Worst Stereotypes About Powerful Women.
- Women are more likely to become the family carers.
- Women have worst health prospects.
- Women have greater probabilities to be poorer.
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