‘Women short-changed as 65% of weekly working hours ignored in official data’
Almost two-thirds of women’s working hours each week are unpaid and “ignored” by official statistics measuring economic activity, leaving them short-changed and pushed deeper into poverty, according to Oxfam.
Most work done by women globally 'is unpaid', Oxfam says
Official economic statistics are misleading because they fail to take into account work such as unpaid care and cleaning, Oxfam said. It described gross domestic product as "anti-feminist and colonial".
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