Nearly 80 percent of women who began working at companies in Tokyo this month said they believe gender inequality remains in the workplace in Japan. However, 64.1 percent of their employers do not think so, according to a survey released by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government on Friday.

The metropolitan government conducted the opinion survey in September and October of female university students who were to begin working this April, the starting month for the Japanese business and school year.

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