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Evidence of the 'Gender Commuting Gap'

Men are more likely to undertake longer commutes, according to recent analysis of U.K. commuting habits.
November 12, 2018, 12pm PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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"Men undertake almost two-thirds of commutes lasting more than an hour," according to an article on the U.K. Office for National Statistics website to announce new analysis earlier this month.

"[The analysis] also reveals that women tend to undertake shorter journeys to work, accounting for more than half (55%) of commutes lasting 15 minutes or less," according to the post.

The article breaks down those findings into more detail and provides infographics to illustrate those details.

A post by Cassie Werber follows up on this analysis with an article to connect the "gender commuting gap" with the gender pay gap.

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Published on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 in Office for National Statistics
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