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March 11, 2021

How much progress has been made towards gender equality?

See which G10 countries are making the most headway
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Michael Brisley
Head of UK Buy Side sales and EMEA New Business
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To mark the end of a week of International Women's Day celebrations, we share four charts showing the state of gender quality in the workplace.

In the first one below, we can see that women now hold about a quarter of leadership positions in companies and national governments globally.

Scroll down further to see a breakdown of which G10 country is making the most headway, and how much further we need to go to close the gender pay gap.

*The gender pay gap is the difference in average hourly earnings between men and women across a workforce.

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