in $c2002 .
Written in English
|Statement||by Yi Wang.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 141 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||141|
Female workforce participation rose across the board in the mainland; the number of women holding senior positions jumped the most – to Author: See Kit Tang. Women as Managers Scale (WAMS): A measure of attitudes toward women in management positions Abstract obtained from The role of gender and work experience on career and work force diversity. In addition, women in China hold more than a third of company management positions, according to the survey released by Grant Thornton International, . China is just ahead with about 16% of women in managerial positions. Average Percentage of Women in Managerial Positions On average it would seem that women account for 30 to 40 percent of managerial positions around the world.
China’s new economy has brought back regressive ideas about women, resulting in the objectification of women in job adverts and a widening gender pay gap. According to the WEF, only 17 percent of senior managers, officials, and legislators in China are women. These factors are not unique to China, as only 29 percent of managerial positions in Germany are held by women. In Japan, it is a meager 13 percent. Gender Inequality in China: A . Chinese women still face gender discrimination in employment opportunities and career development, according to findings released by Zhaopin Limited, a leading career platform in China in its report titled, “ Report on the Current Situation of Chinese Women in the Workplace.” Based on its annual survey on , women in the workplace, to understand their situation and environment for. The gender imbalance of the China list is probably due to the types of industries represented. The proportion was higher in non-state-owned-enterprises (e.g., % in .
According to this alarming report, 51% of senior management positions in mainland China are held by women. This places China at the very . Women's Conceptions of Gender and Agency," of women into management positions at an enterprise level through the interview and survey among those women . 1. Introduction. Studies on self-employment in developed countries consistently find that family characteristics—mainly marital status and number of children—have greater effects on women’s participation in self-employment than on men’s (Arum, , Carr, , McManus, , Renzulli et al., ).The effects of marriage and family also vary across occupational classes within self. Foreword. China is a developing country with the largest population in the world. Of its total population of billion, women account for about half. Therefore, the promotion of gender equality and the overall development of women is not only of great significance for China 's development, it also has a special influence on the efforts for the advancement of mankind.