Women, still discriminated on the labour market

Despite being better prepared than men, women earn less, don’t get to leading positions very often, but form the bulk of the personnel working in the administration sector, finds out a survey made by the National Statistics Institute (INS), quoted by According to INS, 60 pc of university graduates…...

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