The latest data from the European Union's statistical office, Eurostat, shows that Poland ranks second in the EU in terms of the share of women in managerial positions. Women in Poland accounted for 44 percent of such positions in the third quarter of 2020. Latvia comes first with 45 percent share.
Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovenia and Sweden are also high in the ranking with all of these countries standing at 42 percent.
The lowest share of women in management positions was observed in Croatia (24 percent), the Netherlands (26 percent) and Cyprus (27 percent).
The average share of women in management positions in the European Union stands at 34 percent with as much as 3.3 mln such positions.
👩🏽💼 The largest share of #women in managerial roles:— EU_Eurostat (@EU_Eurostat) March 5, 2021
🇱🇻 Latvia (45%)
🇵🇱 Poland (44%)
🇧🇬 Bulgaria, 🇭🇺 Hungary, 🇸🇮 Slovenia, 🇸🇪 Sweden (all 42%)
The lowest share:
🇭🇷 Croatia (24%)
🇳🇱 Netherlands (26%)
🇨🇾 Cyprus (27%)
👉🏽 https://t.co/FI5AxePXdf#InternationalWomensDay #IWD2021 pic.twitter.com/zN9AJylQXG