Putting in long hours at work can be a real slog for anyone, but for women in certain countries, the workplace can be particularly rough.
In its fifth-annual Glass Ceiling Index, The Economist took a look at which countries provide the best and worst opportunities for women to receive equal treatment in the workplace.
The rankings take into account data related to higher education, workforce participation, pay, childcare costs, maternity and paternity rights, business-school applications and representation in senior job roles. Based on those ten indicators, each of the 29 countries were given a score out of 100.
On the whole, work conditions are improving for women globally, with particularly favourable conditions in Scandinavian countries.
Click through to see how the countries ranked.