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NE: "I'd like to see if this skills-based analysis holds up in other OECD countries too."

I doubt it, except perhaps for the UK, which undertook early on a commitment to developing the services sector.

The rest of Europe has been in a deep slide and most graduates, male or female, are looking for jobs and not benefiting from any "cognitive skills" factor wage enhancement.

Still, when the EU finally does gets working again, that factor could nonetheless give a real push to womens' careers in management, which has been much too long overdue. (About 2000 years ... ? ; ^ )

The transition from Industrial to Information Ages is well underway. Women can only benefit.

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