Gender Inequality

We have a chance to build the gender-equal workplaces of the future. Here's how 

Biologist Kristin Sauer checks plants in a climate chamber at the Goettingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB) of the Georg-August University in Goettingen October 29, 2007. It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins.  Picture taken October 29, 2007

Science is one of the fastest-expanding job sectors today - how do we build gender parity into its growth? Image: REUTERS/Christian Charisius

Saadia Zahidi
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The changing jobs landscape is a huge opportunity for embedding gender parity into the workplace
 Women are hugely under-represented in the ballooning AI sector
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