The life of workers in North Korea

North Korea doesn’t rank well on global measures of equality and human rights, but there’s one area in which it outperforms the west: the DPRK is one of the few countries in the world where women earn more than men on average.Although it is a male-dominated society, women bring in more than 70% of household income because of their dominance in the unofficial market economy.North Koreans typically marry between 27 and 30 and have several children.