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  • Women work more than men
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    Steven Pisano (2016) ©
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Women work more than men

The gap in economic opportunity between the sexes is the worst it’s been since 2008. And new research reveals that – while men do 34% more paid work – if you include unpaid labour like housework, childcare and care for older people, women work 39 more days a year than men. 

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