Just over half of women in South Korea said juggling work and personal life was the biggest issue for them in the workplace.
South Korean women were also more pessimistic than many in the G20 when asked whether men had better opportunities to develop their careers with 52 percent agreeing this was the case. A quarter of South Korea women disagreed when asked if they could have children without damage to their career.
When it came to harassment, only 5 percent of women in South Korea said they would often or most often report it, even though 24 percent had experienced harassment in the workplace.
How South Korea scored from 1 to 19 for each question. (1 is the most positive).
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