More than half of the world’s countries are experiencing gender equality challenges, according to a new report.
China has the most, with 43.8% of its citizens earning at least a bachelor’s degree, followed by the United States with 38.5%, according to the International Labour Organization.
But gender inequality has become a bigger concern in many other countries, including Russia, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, Italy and Germany, said the report released Tuesday by the International Labor Organization.
While the United Nations says the global average is 27.1%, the report says that in many countries, like the United Arab Emirates, the number is as high as 41%.
China is the only country that has the same number of women earning a bachelor degree as men, the report said.
The report also found that gender inequality is the biggest problem in some regions of the Middle East, including Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Gaza.
The U.N. report found that the United Nation’s most-hated countries are: The Middle East and North Africa, where more than half the population lives in extreme poverty, where nearly half of women and girls are pregnant or have babies under five, and where girls have lower educational attainment than boys.
The world’s most dangerous countries are South America and Africa.
The United Nations report found gender inequality in every country, except for Russia, which has the lowest rates.
In Russia, women are earning 77% less than men and are nearly three times more likely to be poor.
The situation in Russia is particularly dire for girls, where a recent UN report said girls are less likely to graduate from secondary school than boys, and girls have higher rates of unemployment and suicide attempts than boys and men.
In the U.S., women earn on average 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, and the gender pay gap is higher in the South, the U, Midwest and Northeast.
The gap has grown more pronounced in recent years, with the proportion of women in high-wage occupations at about 50%, according the UN.
The UN report comes as U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron says the country’s economy is improving but needs more help from the government to overcome the gender gap.
Cameron said that while there was a strong gender pay equality gap, the government needed to tackle the issue at a national level, adding: The question of gender equality is a national one.
It’s not just the issue of the pay gap but also about whether it’s a matter of equity, equality or equality in the workplace, whether it has to do with gender, race or ethnicity.
Cameron added that the government is working with the Department for International Development and with other governments to combat gender inequality.
He said the government had set up a fund for gender equality and that it would “open up the government’s funding to ensure that all women, whether they’re in the business world or in the political sphere, are able to access the same opportunities and the same benefits that men do.”