Do you feel “giving up your passion or dreams is easier than chasing them” in a culture tight place like India?
As we go through many challenges in this pandemic, what is it that our young girls do not want to inherit from the millennials (born between 1981 and 1996)?
Although the Indian IT labor force has significantly powered its rapid growth, the country is now almost at a 50:50 gender parity rate in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) graduates. Yet we see substantial low numbers in leadership roles.
Employment opportunities and conditions for working women have gone through a tremendous change in the last two decades. However, it is very common for an Indian woman to leave her promising career half-way as a result of societal and parental conditioning even today.
Is it a problem of culture that refuses to fade or the new ways of working that instills fears into all working moms in a culture like India?
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