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"Perhaps even more compelling is some new data on the projected number of women graduates in the future", says Wittenberg-Cox. By 2015, more than 60% of the graduates will be women in ten OECD nations, according to a recent OECD report, Higher Education to 2030. And in the UK and Sweden, the figures surpass 70%. In 2020, the figures exceed 70% in four nations: Hungary (73%), Italy (70%), UK (72%), and Sweden (76%).
"I am increasingly talking to switched-on CEOs who have come to realise the absolute business need to tap into the female talent base. There are so many highly talented women graduates and experienced women managers out there. But only now are companies realising they need to learn how to attract them to their companies and more crucially, to retain and promote them," says Wittenberg-Cox.