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Global Gender Gap Report 2012 : The Ranking

But how does the United States stack up against other countries when it comes to said gender equality? According to the 2012 Global Gender Gap Report, released on October 23rd by the World Economic Forum, we’re only 22nd best. writes the Huffington Post.

The report ranks 135 countries (which collectively contain over 90 percent of the world’s population) based on 14 indicators used to measure the size of a nation’s gender gap in four key areas:

1. Economic participation and opportunity, which includes female labor force participation, wage equality and the percentage of women in high-ranking jobs.

2. Educational attainment, which looks at female literacy and how frequently women are enrolled in higher education.

3. Health and survival, which is measured by comparing female and male life expectancy and mortality rates.

4. Political empowerment, which examines the number of women holding political office as well as the number of female heads of state over the last 50 years.

Global Gender Gap Report 2012: The Best And Worst Countries For Women.
 

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