Men Have Better Chance than Women to Get Job Interview, Study Finds
(Beijing) – Job-hunting female college graduates were much less likely to get an interview than their male peers, an experiment by researchers at Renmin University has found.
A report on the study from the university's National Academy of Development and Strategy was published on January 26. The researchers found that discrimination against female college graduates with higher degrees and better school performance is even more acute.
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