South Korea Has the Fewest Female Executives Among OCED Countries
Michael Song, March 7, 2016, 8:07 a.m.
Korea has fewer female executives than 29 other OECD member states with a mere 0.4 percent of women in corporate executive roles as of 2014. It also ranked 32nd among 34 OECD states in terms of employment among women of child-bearing or child-rearing age with 54.9 percent. The pay gap between men and women is also the biggest with 36.7 percent.