Birth strike: South Korea wants more babies but women point to discrimination against working mothers

Birth strike: South Korea wants more babies but women point to discrimination against working mothers

South China Morning Post - Asia·2018-12-18 12:30

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When Ashley Park started her marketing job at a Seoul drug maker she had a near-perfect college record, flawless English, and got on well with her colleagues – none of which mattered to her employer once she fell pregnant.

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