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Closing the Pay Gap

Despite the advancement of women in the workplace over the past several decades, the median pay of women working full time remains lower than the median pay of men working full time. We wonder: Which of the following G-20 countries has the smallest gender pay gap in full-time employment?

A. South Korea
B. France
C. Germany
D. United States
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The World’s College King

For decades, the U.S. educational system was the envy of the world. It was a key factor in explaining the post-WWII economic success of the United States. In particular, the United States was noted for its high number of college graduates. We wonder: Which country now has the highest share of college graduates among its young adults?

A. United States
B. Germany
C. South Korea
D. United Kingdom
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