For the first time since the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Index was created, in 2006, the estimated amount of time it will take to close the workplace gender gap rose, from 170 to 217 years. | Harper's Magazine

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For the first time since the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Index was created, in 2006, the estimated amount of time it will take to close the workplace gender gap rose, from 170 to 217 years.

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For the first time since the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Index was created, in 2006, the estimated amount of time it will take to close the workplace gender gap rose, from 170 to 217 years.

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