According to data from the UN’s International Labor Organization, which tracks global workforce statistics, about 865 million women will be of working age (20 to 65 years old) by 2020. However, they will not have the opportunity to join the global workforce for two main reasons: lack of education and proper training; and cultural, familial, and logistical constrains.
via Women’s Empowerment for Economic Growth | PlanetSoho Blog.
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