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December 15, 2010
Women in Sweden
BBC recently ran an article on women in Sweden; read it here.
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I am sure Sweden is a great country in terms of gender equality, but in all frankness, I do not place a lot of confidence in these types of studies.
As a 30 year old man who is a practicing attorney, I am able to work 55 - 65 hours per week if needed and am able to give 100% of my focus to my career. My female colleagues who are about the same age, but have children at home are only able to give much less.
Do not misinterpret what I am saying, my female colleagues are outstanding professionals, but because of their domestic responiblities they are not able to invest 100% of their resources into their careers...thus the inequal pay.
Posted by: Tulsa Divorce Lawyer | Dec 19, 2010 10:44:54 AM