Gender Inequality

Are you 'headstrong' or 'dependent'? How gender stereotypes might be affecting your wages

"A young woman deemed to have been headstrong as a child will earn $2,431 a year less than a comparable man". Image: UNSPLASH/Christina@wocintechchat.com

Douglas Broom

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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The global pay gap continues to widen with significantly less women in high-paid jobs. Image: World Economic Forum

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