What are the inequalities and opportunities women experience in the workplace today, and how confident are they in the future of their careers?

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To find out, Indeed recently surveyed more than 14,500 women across 11 countries — Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

What did we find? Despite economic and cultural differences, women worldwide face similar challenges. A gender gap persists, spanning industries and countries. And, while employers in many global markets have made strides in supporting women at work, there’s still a long way to go.

Beyond Empowerment: Promoting Women for Better Work is your passport to understanding how today’s women workers feel about a variety of concerns, including their salaries, career progression, wellbeing, support and sense of belonging. Readers will gain a wealth of insightful data and actionable strategies to help break down enduring barriers for women and build stronger workforces.

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