SDG 05: Gender Equality

The future of work for women - and how to get there

160 million women may need to change jobs due to automation. Here's how companies can help them thrive. Image: REUTERS/Mohammad Shoib

Anu Madgavkar

Partner, McKinsey & Company

Vivian Hunt

Senior partner, McKinsey & Company

Lareina Yee

Senior partner, McKinsey & Company

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