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The headline on the big new gender survey from the Pew Research Center begins, “On Gender Differences, No Consensus”— and that could have been the report’s entire conclusion, too. The survey, released today, reveals deep divides in Americans’ perspectives on gender norms, including by political affiliation:Pew Research Center
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NEW YORK , Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, L'Oréal USA announced the opening of the application period for the 2018 For Women in Science program , a national fellowship that recognizes and rewards women researchers at critical stages in their careers for their contributions in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields and commitment to mentoring the next generation of women in STEM. The 2017 L'Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellows. Courtesy of L'Oréal USA.
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Shell reveals gender pay gap of 22% Newscast Oil giant Shell says male staff working for the company on average earn 22% more than women in the UK. Shell says that despite this, it is confident it pays equally for equal work, and the difference in pay rates is because of a skills gap, rather than sex discrimination. The UK's biggest company is the latest to report its gender pay gap . The government now requires bodies with more than 250 employees to publish gender pay gap figures every year.
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President of Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations, Dr June Goh, discusses life, career and family as a woman in Singapore and whether there is gender equality here. SINGAPORE: I have worked with successive generations of female doctors and administrators over the years and can sense a change in the type of work women are engaged in and their drive to climb the corporate ladder. There has been a shift within the field of medicine alone.
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Why companies should recruit more women Livemint 6 hrs ago Nandita Mathur New Delhi: While women have made great strides in leadership, globally the proportion of women in senior roles of organizations has been stuck at 24% for the last decade. There are currently fewer women on the boards of S&P 500 companies and in every region of the world, women are less likely than men to be employed full-time.
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