## 1600 employees working in an office. among these employees the number of men exceeded the numbers of women by 15% of the total of employees​

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1600 employees working in an office. among these employees the number of men exceeded the numbers of women by 15% of the total of employees​.the number of unmarried are 800 less than the number of married employees. the number of unmarried women is 195. represent the above data in suitable table ​

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1. Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

Total employee=1600

no. of exceeded men= 1600×15/100=240

let the no. of women be x

so, x+x+240=1600

2x=1360

x=680

Men: x+240 = 680 + 240 = 920

Let Married Employees = x

Unmarried Employees  = 1600 –x

Unmarried Employees = Married Employees – 800

1600 – x = x -800

1600+800 = x+x

2400 = 2x

X = 1200

Married Employees = x = 1200

Unmarried Employees  = 1600 –x = 1600 – 1200 = 400

2. For both women and men, the global labor force participation rate is declining. However, women are, on average, less likely to participate in the labor force than men.2

Globally, in 2019:

Less than half (47.7%) of all women participated in the labor force,3 a decrease from 50.9% in 1990.4

Nearly three in four (74.7%) men participated in the labor force,5 down from 80.2% in 1990.6

Structural barriers and cultural restrictions are two factors that contribute to this gender gap.7

Despite an increase of women pursuing higher education globally, a gender gap in employment rates remains among highly educated women and men in some countries.8

Unpaid caregiving responsibilities can prevent paid employment opportunities, and this work disproportionally falls to women.9

Globally, only 41 million (1.5%) men provide unpaid care on a full-time basis, compared to 606 million (21.7%) women.

Mothers are less likely to be employed compared to fathers and women without children