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Women-dominated municipalities have a much higher average population compared to those dominated by men (the average in the 51 municipalities with more women than men is 94,000 while the average in the 238 with more men than women is 22,000).The municipalities with a majority of women are also more likely to have at least one higher education institution.
And it's particularly common for that to happen around big cities and university towns, the figures suggest.You won't be able to exclude them from the discussion altogether (nor do you want to--we're trying to effect behavioral change here, not muzzle the individual concerned), but you can defer the point at which they pull the meeting off-track.Call on others to begin with; use an "I'll-get-to-you-in-a-minute" raised finger when they first try to get into the discussion; be overt: "Janet, I know you want to get in here, but we don't have time right now." Remember, the goal isn't to stifle. Long-winded executives can't be kept quiet for long. The answer, it turns out, depends on where you live.Since 2015 there have been more men than women among the Swedish population at large, but new figures from Statistics Sweden (SCB) show that the make-up varies significantly depending on local area.A single rower can’t get hot and carry the rest of the crew.
There are obviously no substitutions or situational specialists. “Even if one person is off, the boat just doesn’t feel right in the water,” she says.
What is abundantly clear is the ultimate goal of all of these changes and additions, however: Namely, total domination of every relevant form of social media, using messaging as a delivery system.
The latest iteration came this week with the addition of new features including video calling, audio and video messaging, GIFs, and stickers.
The first was Stories, collections of photos and videos that users can create and share, which last for 24 hours.
The second big feature was Discover, which allowed media companies and advertisers to create their own stories.
Unlike a lot of other messaging apps, all of the new features are blended together—users can seamlessly toggle between video and audio, send short notes, and draw on top of shared photos.