While the gender gap has been narrowing for some time in areas such as health care and education, opportunities for women in business and politics remain much more limited. This World Economic Forum report reveals some noteworthy trends in gender equality, but a few real-world examples and anecdotes would have brightened a somewhat dull, statistically driven narrative. Nonetheless, getAbstract recommends it to economists, business leaders and others interested in the connection between closing the gender gap and achieving economic gains.
In this summary, you will learn
- How global gender equity fares in health, education, economics and politics;
- How various countries and regions rank in achieving gender parity; and
- Why nations and businesses worldwide would benefit from closing the gender gap.
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