The Fourth Industrial Revolution will have a disproportionately negative impact on the economic prospects of women, according to a new study by the World Economic Forum.
Compared with their peers in Malaysia – where 64% of those surveyed said they are ‘yes employees’ – Singaporean professionals are more vocal but trail behind those in Indonesia, where 37% are ‘yes employees,’ according to a LinkedIn study.
At its core, Wobe is a micro-business app with an e-wallet, designed to make it easy for anyone with a smartphone and mobile Internet access to start a business – its greater vision however is to build tech that can benefit women in South-East Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
Despite some advances in women’s representation and progression in the workplace, there is still significant work needed to bridge the gender gap in the telecommunications industry, according to a study by the GSM Association (GSMA).
For each woman you find studying and working in engineering, you will find two other male classmates, seven other male engineering colleagues and 36 fellow male professional engineers at the end, writes Dr Shawn Tan.
To mark International Women's Day 2014 Kaspersky Lab uncovers the reasons why women behave more safely when using the Internet.
Gender gap in ICT field and tech startup space still evident, but women in the space persevere Female Founder Fellowship launched for FI Spring Semester in KL; application deadline Feb 9
Is there a gender divide when it comes to how people deal with digital content? According to a recent F-Secure survey, men pay more attention to how much content they have than women do, but women are sharing it on Facebook more frequently.
A groundbreaking report on “Women and the Web” has unearthed veiled concrete data on the enormous Internet gender gap in the developing world, as well as the social and economic benefits of securing Internet access for women.