First, the Female Career and Labor Inclusion Index revealed, on average, a low score of 42.5 out of a total of 100. Second, both men and women perceived an environment that was not conducive to female inclusion in the workforce. However, men had a more positive view than women themselves, a trend that was accentuated in the case of people who work in larger companies (with more than 50 employees). Finally, the business sectors with the highest rates of inclusion were the financial sector, the food production sector, beverages and tobacco, consulting, and health.