In Japan, where the term "karoshi" or "death by overwork" was coined, work-life balance topped the list of issues for women in the workplace with 39 percent saying they were most concerned about it. Only 17 percent of women in the country, which has some the longest working hours in the world, said they could have children without it damaging their career while 28 percent disagreed that it was possible for women to juggle both.
When it comes to harassment, almost a quarter of working Japanese women, or 24 percent, have experienced it in the workplace but only 8 percent would always or most of the time report it.
How japan scored from 1 to 19 for each question. (1 is the most positive).
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