EU Remains a Man's World With Just 35% of Managers Female: Chart

It’s still a man’s world for employees in the European Union, with data showing women hold just one in three managerial positions even though they account for about half of all workers. Latvia is the only state in the trading bloc where the majority of bosses are female, while they account for just 22 percent of manager roles in Germany, Italy and Cyprus, according to the Eurostat data from 2014. The numbers also show that women in managerial positions earned 23.4 percent less on average than their male peers.

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