Current trends show that men and women will not not receive equal salaries until 2133, the World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap report revealed Wednesday. Though nearly 250 million more women are in the global workforce today than a decade ago, they earn what their male counterparts were paid in 2006, the report found. Many countries have found more women entering higher education—in some places more than men—but that has not led to more women in skilled roles or leadership positions. Iceland, Norway, and Finland were ranked the top three countries for gender parity while Yemen was named the worst country, followed by Pakistan and Syria.
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