S&P Global Believes #ChangePays
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We believe #ChangePays
At S&P Global, we believe an investment in women is an investment in us all. Some think that we've already invested enough. Some say equality doesn't pay.
The numbers tell a different story.
At S&P Global, we've been compiling the latest data and producing research on women's economic participation and impact. It's vital that we learn where we've made progress and where there's still a long way to go.
Visit spglobal.com/changepays for more information.
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