Nearly one third of Australian women experience sexual harasssment at the workplace, a new survey has revealed.
The survey was conducted by the Austrian Ministry of Family Affairs, which interviewed 2,334 Austrians aged 16 to 60.
The survey revealed that 74.2 percent of the women said they felt sexually harassed and 30 percent said they have been sexually harassed at work.
There were 35.9 percent women, who saw themselves as threatening subjects and seven percent said they have once been forced to have sex.
Almost nine percent of the Austrian women have experienced unaccomplished sexual offence while one quarter admitted being touched intimately against their will.