Ten Years of Global Gender Gap: the World Economic Forum has published the 10th Edition of the Global Gender Gap Report

The Global Gender Gap Index 2015 ranks 145 economies according to how well they are leveraging their female talent pool, based on economic, educational, health-based and political indicators. With a decade of data, this edition of the Global Gender Gap Report – first published in 2006 – shows that while the world has made progress overall, stubborn inequalities remain.

Since 2006, an extra quarter of a billion women have entered the labour force, and yet the annual pay for women only now equals the amount men were earning TEN YEARS AGO.





Thursday, November 19, 2015