Gender Inequality

Why overcoming gender barriers in the workplace might boost women's careers

With predominant gender barriers in the workplace, organizations need to speed boost the hiring and retention of women Image: REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Rosamond Hutt

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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With gender barriers in the workplace, it will take a lot of time to achieve a 50/50 workforce Image: When Women Thrive 2020/Merce

The low percent of women in leadership roles is a collateral of gender barriers in the workplace Image: Global Gender Gap Report 2020/World Economic Forum

Up to 160 million women may have to change occupations by 2030 to deter gender barriers in the workplace Image: The Future of Women at Work/McKinsey Global Institute (MGI).

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