Gender Inequality

The gender gap in science and technology, in numbers

Women continue to be under-represented in STEM subjects. Image: REUTERS/Manuel Balce Ceneta/Pool

Natalie Marchant

Freelance Writer, Editor, World Economic Forum

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Singapore, Italy and South Africa have the highest percentage of female professionals with AI skills. Image: UNESCO Science Report 2021
The proportion of venture capital given to startups founded by women is low, and falling. Image: Harvard Business Review/Crunchbase
Women are experiencing a gender gap in a number of STEM professions. Image: Global Gender Gap Report 2021

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