The UK falls out of gender equality top 20

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The UK falls out of gender equality top 20
28th October 2014

The average women’s wage in the workplace has fallen by almost £3,000 in a year.

This means that the UK has lost a place in the top 20 countries that are the most gender-equal.

Economists at the respected, World Economic Forum have found that the UK, that was previously 8th place, has fallen behind Bulgaria and Brundi in the list.

The UK is currently ranks at number 26.

To discuss this further is Stand up comedian Patrick Monahan, Ellie Gibson Gaming journalist and co-founder of the parenting comedy podcast Scummy Mummies and Michael Volpe of Opera Holland Park.


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