The job market in India is expected to grow by 8% by 2019, the most since 2008, according to a new report by the World Bank.
While that’s good news for women, it has implications for men.
The jobs in the sector are often low-paid, precarious and precarious work that can also require physical and mental health risks, such as PTSD.
The report found that “many employers and recruiters believe that there is no need for women in marketing, or for women to be promoted at all, and that women are not suited to the role.”
“Employers may be afraid that hiring a woman is a sign of weakness and insecurity, or a sign that the job isn’t for them.
Or they may fear that hiring women will expose them to ‘toxic masculinity,’ as a recent survey suggested that a majority of men do not view women as trustworthy or strong.”
For many men, they are afraid of speaking up about their experiences and even going against their parents or siblings to be listened to.
In some cases, they may feel trapped, too.
The gender wage gap is widening, with women making 79% of what men make and men making 75% of that.
According to the World Economic Forum, India ranks as one of the most unequal countries in the world.
According to the UN Women’s Economic Report, women make 80% of the total salary, while men make 78%.
The report also found that while women earn about 70% of India’s average annual salary, the average annual earnings of men is still lower, at 79%.
The median annual earnings for women is still about $3,300 a year, while for men it is around $3.30 a year.
The report’s findings are based on an online survey of about 2,000 professionals in the marketing, advertising, public relations and communications fields, including senior executives, sales and marketing managers, marketing directors and chief executives.
According the report, one of its key findings was that while 80% said that the role of marketing is not for them, in the survey’s final results, only 39% said the role is for them now.
Only 12% said they had no desire to be in the role.
This is a key finding for many men because it suggests that, while there are many job options available, it’s important to be prepared for what you might find in your career.
But, even for some of the men who said they wanted to be marketers, there are a number of challenges they face.
They have to deal with being the only woman in the office, or even a woman in management, or sometimes even a female marketing director, said Jeevan Rao, managing director, IT services and consulting firm, Kolkata.
Many of the male respondents said they would not consider a career in the industry if they didn’t feel comfortable speaking up and sharing their experiences.
For them, the job can be intimidating and intimidating work, said Rao.
Some male respondents, including the respondents in the World Business Journal survey, said that they feel they are not qualified for the job, said Dr. Anil Dhillon, a senior lecturer in management and communications at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
He said there is a stigma attached to being a woman.
Some of the respondents said that when they were in their early 20s, they had decided that they would only work as a marketing manager or as a sales associate.
When they turned 30, they realized that it wasn’t for their career and chose to pursue other careers, such of advertising, financial services and business administration.
They also found it difficult to find a career that offered the right work environment and a safe environment to work, such working at an executive level or as an HR professional.
Some respondents in both the World and the World Management Journal surveys said they were afraid to speak up because they were worried about not being taken seriously and being “called a whore,” or a whore for being a female.
Some respondents also said they feared that if they were to speak out, their career might suffer.
But even for those who do want to take a stand, they will have to keep working on their own.
Some of the survey respondents said their biggest challenge is that they have a lot of anxiety, said Dhill on the WorldBusiness Journal survey.
The survey found that 62% of respondents said the biggest challenge in being a male in the business is that “they fear speaking up or being criticised for speaking up.”
It also showed that the men said they felt discriminated against.
“I have experienced discrimination on the job,” said Dholon.
“My co-workers often tell me that if I raise my voice or raise my issues, they would take me off their team.
It is a very scary experience for me.”
In the World, the report found, it found that women were not included in the job-seekers panel for the World Entrepreneurship Summit in 2018.
“In the absence