The situation of women has worsened in terms of career opportunities, education, health care and political power, according to a report by the World Economic Forum. Women in the Nordic countries are in the best position, the report said.
The World Economic Forum report examines the situation of women in the world in terms of career opportunities, education, health care and political power – the latest findings from the organization show that women and men will be treated equally in 132 years.
The executive director of the Swiss non-profit foundation Saadia Zahidi emphasized that the consequences of the pandemic and conflicts left a lasting mark on the labor market for women and made their situation more difficult.
The report says that the countries where the situation of women is the best in the analyzed categories are IcelandFinland, Norway and Sweden. North America is the region where the full equalization of opportunities for men and women can be achieved the fastest, i.e. in 59 to 62 years.
In USA and Canada also rated the educational opportunities and achievements of women the highest; however, according to US labor ministry data as of March, women in the United States earn an average of 83 percent. the salaries of men.
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