Study: More Than Half Of N.H. Women Have Been Victims Of Sexual Harassment At Work
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A new study out from UNH’s Carsey School of Public Policy finds that more than half of women in New Hampshire report being victims of some form of sexual harassment in the workplace. That compares with 22 percent of men.
“I think our results fall in line with other national studies that have been conducted recently, showing high prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace,” says Kristin Smith, research professor at UNH and co-author of the study.
The report points to other research which shows some four in ten women nationally say they’ve been victims of sexual harassment at work.