On International Women’s Day, Nearly A Quarter Of Americans Still See Women As Less Capable

Wednesday marks International Women’s Day, a time when individual people are called to help forge a better working world comprised of a more inclusive, gender equal environment. Needless to say, the topic of gender cap also comes to mind.

The organization is calling for people to be leaders within their own spheres of influence to accelerate gender parity and help women “advance and unleash the limitless potential offered to economies the world over.”

The sad reality is there is a long way to go, at least according to data compiled by Statista. The publication noted that many countries still make use of “antiquated attitudes and gender stereotypes that define women as being less capable than men in performing certain tasks, such as earning money and even teaching.”

Globally, Gender Stereotypes Remain