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With health and safety budgets facing further cuts, there is no better time to take a serious look at gender diversity in the industry.
The STEM gender gap is about culture not competence. It starts with smashing stereotypes from the earliest age.
A work-life balance is something we should be working towards all year round, but National Work-Life Week is a great way to highlight the benefits, not just personally, but for organisations as well.
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With the next generation of journalists and writers set to be mostly female, is the industry ready to offer women the same opportunities, with the same pay packet, as men?