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As jobs become more digitized and automated in the future, there’s a risk that the lack of gender parity could be exacerbated, according to a report by the World Economic Forum. Jobs that are commonly held by low- and middle-income women are the ones most likely to be disrupted by changing technology, according to WEF.

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Danielle Andrus

 

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