“According to the Global Gender Gap Report of 2021, it will take another 100 years to achieve gender equality based on the current rate of progress. This prediction has been widely used as a “shock therapy” of sorts to push governments, NGOs, associations, investors, and companies into action.”, Mariia Prylypko writes.
Despite the ongoing efforts of women to increase gender equality in the workplace, unequal representation and working conditions are still a major problem in many industries, making it considerably more difficult for women to achieve what individuals of the opposite gender would with far less of a challenge. With Covid-19, the gap has only risen.
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