The biggest pay gap in Asia: why are Indian women so undervalued? – South China Morning Post

Manasi Mridha with her ‘pink cab’ in Kolkata. Photo: Sarita Santoshini

Female participation in the workforce is lower in India than almost any other country on Earth, creating a lack of financial freedom. Tackling the underlying societal and cultural reasons behind this absence of women in the workforce may prove to be an uphill battle. Read the full piece on South China Morning Post.


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