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गुरुवार, 9 मार्च 2017

Men earn 67% more than women in India, says Report

Men earn 67% more than women in India, says Report
- Despite recent successes such as improvement in education, and more work opportunities, socio-cultural issues often force women to step back at important stages in their careers making the gap harder to close," said Rekha Menon, Chairman and Sr Managing Director, Accenture in India.
Accenture's research found that globally a woman earns an average $100 for every $140 a man earns. Adding to this imbalance is the fact that women are much less likely than men to have paid work.