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Competitive Workplaces Don’t Work for Gender Equality

An article on The Good Men Project argues that competitive workplaces exacerbate gender inequality. Prof. Carmit Segal's research shows that men are more likely to work longer hours and participate in competitions in such environments, leading to differences in work hours, performance, and pay. Women are less inclined to engage in highly competitive situations, negatively impacting their career advancement. The article suggests exploring non-competitive work methods to promote workplace equality.

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