Women work more than men and receive less research

Scientists from the University of tel Aviv and Haifa conducted a survey to analyze the equality of men and women at work. It turned out that the average women work more than men, and gets less of it. As a result, women often face chronic fatigue, stress and fatigue.

Research proves that women are more likely to experience fear of possible job loss. There are cases of moral and physical exhaustion. Interestingly, at higher load, the woman usually receives less money for their work. The pattern is seen even on the same positions when performing similar work.

In addition, researchers have found that men are more likely to get satisfaction from the process.

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The study involved 9 thousands of women and 8.5 thousand men from 27 countries. Each of them filled out a questionnaire to determine the degree of job satisfaction and daily volumes.

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