This month HBR examines the economic gains to be had as another one billion women join the workforce globally, and how well countries are doing enabling their participation.
By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0)
How much is the global economy losing because women’s talents aren’t being put to their full use? The Harvard Business Review provides some numbers to give you an idea this month.
“If women in the United States, Japan, and Egypt were employed at the same rates as men, the GDPs of those countries would be higher by 5%, 9%, and 34%, respectively,” claims the new article.