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War on women? Men twice as likely to have 'good job'

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Globally, men are twice as likely as women to have a “good job” - a full-time position with an employer, according to a new poll from Gallup. Thirty-four percent of men around the world have what is considered a good job, while only 18 percent of women have them. The worst employment gap occurs in South Asia, where 36 percent of men have good jobs, compared to just 10 percent of women. The U.S....

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