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Digital Skills Help Narrow the Workplace Gender Gap – Research

Digitally savvy women are helping to close the gender gap in the workplace thereby digital fluency, the extent to which people embrace and use digital technologies to become more knowledgeable, connected and effective, plays a key role in helping women achieve gender equality and level the playing field.

Accenture in its latest report ‘Getting to Equal: How Digital is Helping Close the Gender Gap at Work’ writes that empirical proof that women are using digital skills to gain an edge in preparing for work, finding work and advancing at work. While women still lag behind men in digital fluency in all but a handful of countries, improving their digital skills can change the picture.

If governments and businesses can double the pace at which women become digitally fluent, gender equality could be achieved in 25 years in developed nations, versus 50 years at the current pace. Gender equality in the workplace could be achieved in 45 years in developing nations, versus 85 years at the current pace.

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