Gender Inequality

Gender discrimination at work comes in many forms. Here's why

This survey outlines specific forms of gender discrimination at work faced by women Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Cary Funk

Associate Director of Research, PEW Research Center

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Roughly, four-in-ten working women say that they've experienced gender discrimination at work Image: Pew Research Center

Certain types of gender discrimination at work are much more commonplace than others Image: Pew Research Center

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Among women, experiences with gender discrimination at work do not vary significantly by age Image: Pew Research Center

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