What Country Does the CFA Designation Have the Most "Pull" in?

Hey, I’ve heard the CFA is officially considered the educational equivalent of a master’s degree. Does this mean you’ll have more “pull” finding jobs in the UK? (Labor Market aside)

Would the CFA have more pull getting jobs in countries outside of the USA? Im just wondering because on here so many people rag on the CFA designation saying it wont get you a job. I assume most of these people are looking for some serious career movement upward. I’m just trying to get into finance.

The farther away you go from the financial hubs, the higher your chances that the CFA charter will land you something and get you in.

Also it has more pull in developing countries - your degree and other qualifications are a much larger factor there than say, Europe.