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50% Chinese Women Still Suffer Gender Discrimination: Survey
Source:Chinese Women's Research Network | Release Date:2016-3-29-
Title: 50% Chinese Women Still Suffer Gender Discrimination: Survey
Release Date: March 29, 2016
Keyword: gender discrimination, survey, career, report
Fifty percent of Chinese women stated they suffer gender discrimination in the workplace regularly, according to a recent report on women's careers.
The report was published by Shanghai-based news agency China Financial Information Center at a special forum on March 26 – providing a glimpse of the current state of mind of the nation's working females.
The report collected and analyzed hundreds of thousands of questionnaires provided by woman in workplaces from over 60 cities across the country.
It also says that 47 percent women suffer occasionally; whilst only 3 percent women have never suffered.
Despite such discrimination, most women report they are still satisfied with their job. It shows that 11 percent women have great satisfaction in their job and 57 percent women are partially satisfied.
The survey also shows that 3 percent of women are unsatisfied with their jobs, and 29 percent of women are partially dissatisfied.
But the overall satisfaction of women in their workplace cannot be linked to a satisfaction with their salary, according to the figures.
Some 77 percent of women say they are dissatisfied with their salaries, while only 3 percent of women say they have great satisfaction with how much they earn.
The survey shows that 49 percent get an annual salary up to 100,000 yuan (U.S.$ 15,000); 33 percent get between 100,000-300,000 yuan (U.S. $15,000-46,000); 5 percent get from 500,000-1 million yuan (U.S.$ 76,000-153,000); and, 1 percent receive a greater amount.
In general, women have high expectations for their career development. The report says that 38 percent of women hope to improve their management ability; 32 percent hope to improve their professional skills; and, 29 percent hope to gain guidance on the balance between work and family.
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