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Women in the Digital Age

A study prepared for the European Commission DG Communications Networks, Content & Technology by: Iclaves S.L.

By: Iclaves S.L.
Contributor(s): European Commission.‏ ‎ Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology‏.
Publisher: European Union 2018Description: 227 pág. maps., gráf., tablas 1 documento PDF.ISBN: 978-92-79-77625-0.Subject(s): Mujeres digitales | eEducación | Tecnologías de la información y la comunicación | women | digital sector | Digital Education Action PlanOnline resources: Documento Summary: This new study on Women in Digital Age reports that there is a growing gap between men and women's participation in the digital sector in education, career and entrepreneurship. The study, launched by the European Commission, found that, despite the growing demand of ICT specialists and digital profiles, the percentage of Europeans with ICT-related education is decreasing. Although this is a common trend for both genders, there are lesser women than men who are taking up ICT related jobs and education.
List(s) this item appears in: Nº 12. Novedades - Diciembre 2018
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This new study on Women in Digital Age reports that there is a growing gap between men and women's participation in the digital sector in education, career and entrepreneurship.

The study, launched by the European Commission, found that, despite the growing demand of ICT specialists and digital profiles, the percentage of Europeans with ICT-related education is decreasing. Although this is a common trend for both genders, there are lesser women than men who are taking up ICT related jobs and education.

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