Gender Inequality

What the rise of female founders tells us about the state of the gender gap

The new Global Gender Gap Report shows it will take another 151 years to achieve workplace equality. Image: Getty Images

Suzanne Duke

Head of Global Public Policy and Economic Graph Team, LinkedIn

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There's a wide gender gap when it comes to leadership roles in companies.
There's a wide gender gap when it comes to leadership roles in companies. Image: LinkedIn

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Whether pursuing long-held business passions, or 'necessity entrepreneurs', more women are founding their own businesses. Image: LinkedIn

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