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PWN Milan is an independent association of international career-minded women who want to create real cultural change within companies and organizations, as well as promote merit and gender-balanced leadership in the work world.
We have been bringing internationally minded professional women together to connect, share and learn since 1991.
Gender dynamics have become much more egalitarian over the past half-century, but certain attitudes may endure when it comes to men, women and money.
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Go Women are still on the wrong side of the digital skills gap Technology experts say women and girls with poor digital literacy skills will be the hardest hit and will struggle to find jobs as technology advances. Picture: Pixabay.com World Economic Forum | 18 hours ago Poverty, gender discrimination and digital illiteracy are leaving women behind as the global workforce increasingly uses digital tools and other technologies, experts warned on Tuesday.
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