The Biggest Issues for Women in 2021

Unpaid domestic and care work holding women back – In 2020, only 47% of women of working age participated in the labor market, compared to 74% of men – a gender gap that has remained relatively constant since 1995.

Violence against women and girls remains a global issue – Around one-third of women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual violence by an intimate partner. An estimated 137 women are killed by their intimate partner or a family member every day.

The editorial team behind Female Disruptors and the women featured have one thing in common, they are change agents. Ready to shake it up and make the future of females empowered and improved, even during a pandemic.

If you’re looking for inspiration on how to make a shift, change course, thrive, and survive – we’ve got you. Meet Female Disruptors’ most likely to succeed in 2021.

💫 Check Out These Female Disruptors & Their Advice for Other Women ♀

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