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STUDIES

Since 2013, JFD has offered to take time to reflect on the under-representation of women in digital technology and at the head of businesses.

They reveal lessons and concrete actions to improve the representation of women in the digital and entrepreneurship professions.

JFD x BVA - Pan-european study 2021

COVID-19 has left an everlasting impact on nearly every industry and is undoubtedly shaping the future of work, both for employees and companies. According to a new research released today by JFD x BVA, nearly 77% of Europeans believe that the COVID-19 pandemic is equally affecting women and men. This study, which polled nearly 4000 people in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom, unveils several interesting facts regarding gender inequality in tech and entrepreneurship.

  • 28% of Europeans perceive technological and digital skills as being male skills
  • 37% of European women plan to work in a tech or digital environment
  • For Europeans, a great entrepreneur has a sense of responsibility, self-confidence, ambition and leadership. Qualities they do not consider feminine.

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