Intelligent Digital is here
Automation, AI, the need for lifelong learning: everything we know about employment is changing.
Our study looks at four possible Worlds of Work for 2030 and the views of 10,000 people.
How we work, the place of work within our lives and even what we mean are being transformed
We explore how automation is set to impact jobs.
A positive view of global economic prospects
How can organisations prepare for a future that few of us can define? It might be the age of the machine but getting the human element right is key. How can you attract, keep and motivate the talent you need?
In a world of digitisation, it’s the ability to balance creativity, diversity and active engagement with customers and your workforce as they continue to evolve.
PwC can help you build a people strategy that’s fit for a very different future.
Why are there so few women in tech?
Research suggests that only 27% of female students would consider a career in technology… And only 3% said it’s their first choice.
We’re told the tech industry offers rewarding careers and inspiring working environments. But it’s clear one key factor is holding it back: Diversity.
At PwC, we’re balancing business understanding with technology innovation and human insight, to help solve this important problem.
We’re using the power of Intelligent Digital to see beyond the technology gender gap, to a world where women play an equal part in creating our future.
Our Women in Tech programme and technology degree are changing the ground rules, making tech a more attractive, inclusive working environment for all. Together, we’re inspiring women to thrive.