korea’s gender pay gap – a workforce woe

My 30-year-old student HyoJung and I chatted yesterday about this OECD one-pager on gender equality in Korea. Women now outpace men on reading tests here and are neck-and-neck with men in attaining uni degrees. HyoJung told me that employers often credit freshman (new) male employees with two years of experience when they start their jobs, as deference to … Continue reading korea’s gender pay gap – a workforce woe