Miriam Manrique features in La Republica article on ‘Fewer women working in the public sector’
Miriam Manrique, Country Head – Costa Rica, featured in an article published by La Republica in August 2014. According to the Continuing Survey of Employment (ECE) by INEC, c.19,000 fewer women are working in the public sector this year compared with the same quarter last year; this corresponds to an 11% decline in the employment rate for women. “There is a difference in the financial industry, which is our field; we need more women to study these careers, because we do have the capacity and ability, it’s just that we do not want to take risks,” she said.
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