All posts tagged "career women"

  • How game developers can better appeal to women

    According to a report on the demographics of gamers, a significant amount of the gaming population is made up of women. As of 2018, in the United States, 45% of those who play video games...

  • 3 Health-empowering femtech devices for busy women

    3 Health-empowering femtech devices for busy women

    There’s no doubt it’s hard to find time in a busy day to look after our health. Wouldn’t it great if technology could take over some of the task for us? Drum roll… enter femtech....

  • Top tips for women working abroad

    Have you ever had the itch to travel but found yourself unsure how to make it economically feasible? Well, there is some good news with the rising prevalence of expatriates traveling to distant lands and...

  • 3 Reasons women should pursue technical careers

    Aston Martin engine management systems integration engineer Kim Everitt says she got started on her career path by watching motorsports on television. Her mother always encouraged her to pursue her dreams, and after she started...

  • 7 Great ways for women to earn money as a side hustle

    Every year, more and more women are entering the workforce and taking on full-time jobs. These are jobs in almost every field, and over a wide variety of pay ranges. Still, there’s nothing wrong with...

  • Being liked is overrated. Be respected instead.

    Women are well known to be social creatures, often with nurturing natures. And we often want that nurturing to be returned. Coupled with this, we  are overwhelmingly seen associating in groups;  and this constantly wanting...

  • For AI to succeed, women need to get involved

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been unequivocally recognised as a technology that can solve some of the world’s most complex issues. In Singapore, the government’s recent dedication of S$150 million to the Tech Skills Accelerator recognises...

  • Unconscious bias stops new mums returning to work and how to change that

    Unconscious bias stops new mums returning to work and how to change that

    Women make up 47% of the Australian workforce yet hold only 16.5% of CEO roles. When compared to their male counterparts, the gender pay gap explodes with women in management taking home $75k less in...

  • Women don’t brag about their career successes: Study from LinkedIn

    The recent LinkedIn study shows that women tend to talk less about their job experience and success than men. While it seems that an equal gender representation is something that has already been accomplished, the...