Womenomics Has to Wait in Line as Tenure Obstructs Abe's GoalBy , , and
Advancement is especially slow in government offices
There are more female employees, but often in lowly jobs
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is seeking to have women hold 30 percent of supervisory positions in all fields by the time Tokyo hosts the Olympics in 2020. Right now, his own government is at least 15 years behind schedule.
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