Usually articles about how ‘the future is female’ are the stuff of weekend newspaper supplements and free newspapers – by which I mean they’re quite entertaining, but they’re basically junk. But I just read this article in The Atlantic and I thought it was worth sharing – it made me think about the changing nature of gender inequalities in education and the labour market. It might also be completely wrong, but if it is then it’s thought-provoking and wrong, which is an improvement on most of what I read…
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