Why aren’t people hiring women? A report from Linkedin says that 13% of hiring managers are more likely to click on a male candidate than a female one, even though they might have the same experience and skill set.
This inequality also affected those who choose to become mothers. Mothers who have college degrees or even advanced degrees have difficulty re-entering the workforce after spending a few years off raising their children.
But the call for gender diversity, especially with hiring employees, has been an ongoing campaign. Finally, it’s been gaining traction, and more and more companies are rising to