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Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly
Sheroes can derive from all backgrounds and ages. Whether it is Greta Thunberg who is only a teenager devoting her life to stopping climate change or Arianna Huffington who has become one of the most accomplished business women in history, these women are sheroes by definition.
The term was coined during the suffrage movement in the 1836 but is more relevant than ever today: A woman who is admired or idealized for her courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities is considered a shero. These qualities seldomly come easy and are the result of hard work and dedication. To help you become your own shero, FTD has gathered nine tips from empowered women to set you in the right direction.
Take small steps but commit to the process and you’ll soon find yourself inspiring other women. Don’t forget to acknowledge the sheroes in your life by thanking them for being an inspiration and empowering women around them. By lifting each other up, we can create a supportive community that females across the globe will benefit from.
As well as we think we are standing right now in regard to our equality rights and performance, subgroups of minorities still exist where some individuals are better regarded than others. According to Pr News Wire (2019), 46% of women surveyed in an Ivanti Women Tech Survey 2019 stated that the marketing industry has not been able to completely close the gender gap to encourage more women to take part in the tech industry. Most of the women interviewed argued that stereotypes will determine men and women to be viewed as having separate roles within one company, with males being valued at a higher demand rate and thus women being disadvantaged.
Here are some of the main reasons women in tech industry are still experiencing inequality. Check them out to find more. You are welcome to add solutions and comments!
Highest paying jobs: predominantly male
The first reason why women in tech can sometimes show lower salaries than men are that, unfortunately, until now, most of the highest paying jobs in the technological world are predominantly male – and guess what? According to the Business Insider, women earn an average of 79 cents for every dollar that a man makes in the United States. One of the main issues is that women are being underrepresented in various leadership roles and positions, which is why this wage gap is bound to happen.Continue reading