Telecom sector needs to push harder for gender diversity

Wednesday 25 February 2015 | 17:50 CET | News
The GSMA released a new report on gender diversity in the telecom sector, saying that although there has been advances in women's representation in the workplace, significant work still needs to be done in order to bridge the gender gap. According to the study, female participation in the telecom workforce varies widely, ranging from 10 per cent to 52 percent among companies sampled. In 75 percent of the telecom companies surveyed, women accounted for less than 40 percent of the workforce. There were notable regional differences among sampled companies, with those in the Americas

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