Gender Gap

first_imgIndia has the fewest women employees among 20 countries surveyed in the World Economic Forum Corporate Gender Gap 2010. The United States (52%), Spain (48%), Canada (46%) and Finland (44%) have the highest percentage of women employees at all levels among the 600 companies in 16 industrial sectors that were surveyed. India has the lowest percentage of women employees (23%), followed by Japan (24%), Turkey (26%) and Austria (29%).Just 5% of the companies reported women CEOs. Finland (13%), Norway (12%), Turkey (12%), Italy (11%) and Brazil (11%) had the highest percentage of female CEOs. India, Mexico, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States reported no female CEOs among the responding companies.  Related Itemslast_img read more

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