Between Labor Day, Perry v. Romney, and Obama's speech tonight, this week we're all about jobs, jobs, jobs. Kate Dailey at the BBC News Magazine is right there with us, taking note of Jill Abramson's historic first day as executive editor of the New York Times. Dailey asks: What jobs still haven't been filled by women? Check out her list, which includes Secretary-General of the UN, Navy SEAL, governor of 23 U.S. states, and -- well, take a wild guess about which developed country is nearly the last to have a female chief executive.
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