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Job aspirants explore flexible career opportunities, more people are getting inclined to ‘work from home’

More and more job seekers in India and other parts of the world are looking for "flexible career" opportunities and getting inclined towards 'work from home' option
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Women in tech: STEM jobs attract less women, says Belong

Belong found that the overall representation of women was 34%. This reinforces the assumption that STEM jobs attract less women.
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