Indonesia is the only country where satisfaction over career progression is higher among women than men, according to the December 2017 survey of 5,000 urban respondents in ASEAN economies found that. Vietnam had the largest proportion of respondents who said that women have fewer opportunities than men.
This report summarises the current situation of women in Indonesia and discusses how family responsibilities are holding women back in the workplace.
The Landscape for Impact Investing in Southeast Asia report provides a comprehensive analysis of impact investing activity in the region between 2007 and 2017.
Based on a best-in-region scenario, if women could participate fully and equally in the economy, Indoesia could add USD 135 billion a year, and the Philippines USD 40 billion a year to annual GDP by 2025.
Women in Vietnam earn on average VND 3 million less per year than men — or around a month’s income. The analysis finds that, despite the fact that Vietnamese girls aspire to higher-paid occupations than boys in childhood, women forego higher pay to work in occupations and industries that offer better non-monetary benefits (paid leave, lower ...