A report by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) shows that the gender gap still persists in Latin America, as women are still underrepresented in many workforces. For that reason, fostering inclusive representation of women and the LGBTQ+ community remains a paramount developmental priority.
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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has released a new report that shows that gender disparity persists in Latin America. The report found that women in the region are still underrepresented in the workforce and earn less than men.