Gender Inequality

The key to closing the gender gap? Putting more women in charge

Women in leadership roles are key to closing the gender gap at work Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Suzanne Duke

Head of Global Public Policy and Economic Graph Team, LinkedIn


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