Gender stereotyping rife in workplace, say Greeks


Greeks are most likely to believe that gender stereotyping is widespread in the workplace than citizens in other 27 EU states, a new opinion survey on gender equality has found.

According to the Eurobarometer survey (pdf), “at work” was the most widely cited area of life in 22 member states where gender stereotyping is perceived to be widespread.

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