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Whenever this issue arises, her share in work outside the home is said to be a measure of this. Which are the countries in the world where more women are included in the working class. 

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In this report, we will tell you that in which countries women have more share than men in working people.

Whenever there is talk about the equality of women in the world, their participation in work outside the home is said to be a measure of this. Which countries are there in the world where more women are included in the working class?

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Mozambique

54.8 percent

Out of the total population of Mozambique, 54.8 percent of women have a working share as compared to men.

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Burundi

52.4 percent

52.4 percent of the women in this country are among the total working people

Nepal

51.8 percent

Women also account for 51.8 percent of the total working people in a country like Nepal.

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Rwanda

51.5 percent

Rwanda is a country with 51.5 percent working women.

Virgin Islands (US)

50.6 percent

In this country too, women account for 50.6 percent of the working people.

Lithuania

50.6 percent

This country has 50.6 percent more women than men.

Latvia

50.2 percent

In Latvia country 50.2 percent of women are working while men are less than them.

Sierra Leone

50.1 percent

50.1 percent of women are working in this country.

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Angola

50.1 percent

Angola also comprises 50.1 percent of working women.

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