Jamaica is leading the world in work place gender equality
It might surprise you that gender inequality only really surfaced as an issue for me when I became a Member of Parliament aged 43. I had gone to a mixed comprehensive school, I was the first in my family to go to University and my fellow Psychology students were roughly gender balanced. When I graduated, I worked in the arts and my last job before coming the MP for Rotherham was running the local children’s hospice. Both health care and the arts are largely dominated by women.
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