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While gender roles are shifting, women still face many barriers to fulfilling their potential. According to a report from the 2016 World Economic Forum, men make about $20,000 a year on average while women are making about $11,000. The disparity isn’t just about wages. Education, political empowerment, health, and economic participation are all key to women getting their fair share.