This video from the USA says about itself:
April 26, 2013
Women employed full-time make over 11-thousand dollars less than men per year. How does that gap affect their quality of life? Robert Traynham speaks with Sarah Crawford of the National Partnership for Women and Families. Visit NPWF on the web at www.nationalpartnership.org.
From the university of Leicester in England:
Women missing out on bonuses – New study
03 July 2013
Sexism Still a Secret Scourge in EU, suggests new report
Austerity measures and deepening economic crises across Europe are increasing cases of discrimination against women, a new study co-led by the University of Leicester has discovered.
Women are particularly missing out on bonuses and promotions, and discrimination based on prejudices and gender stereotypes is very much alive in EU countries, the researchers state.
The study found:
In some EU countries, women had to sign a ‘blank resignation’…
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