Statista and Forbes reveal the companies that have best tackled gender issues in the workplace.

Despite that women account for 56% of college students and over 75,900,000 were part of the U.S. labor force during 2018, representing 46.9% of its total strength, they still only made up for just 23% of the C-suite in the country.

During that same year, the Washington-based Institute for Women’s Policy Research reported that women were earning just 49 cents to the typical man’s dollar, which is much less than the 80 cents normally reported, meaning that the gender pay gap is not only still existing, but we actually have to analyze if its being fought correctly.

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