Addressing Tech’s Gender Gap in Southeast Asia

Job satisfaction among women in the Southeast Asian tech sector is remarkably high, with 83% expressing contentment, comparable to their male counterparts and higher than the average for women in other industries. However, nearly half of women in technical roles are considering a shift to non-technical positions, primarily due to salary concerns, lack of clear career paths, and workplace

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cultures that do not address their unique challenges. To support women in technology careers, companies should raise awareness of workplace discrimination and bias, implement measures to mitigate prejudices, and encourage senior leaders to model inclusive practices. Aspiring women in tech are encouraged to seek mentors, continuously develop their technical skills, and confidently pursue opportunities.

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