Piya Khanna, executive coach at Change to Succeed, said there are many ways that women can empower themselves to choose the right career for them.
"The most important thing women can do is to figure out what they love to do and then see how they can monetise it. Many women are not entirely aware of their passions and therefore 'settle' for what they think they 'should' do," she explained.
Ms Khanna said that, in her experience, being in a career or job that people do not enjoy over the long term can lead to resentment and "a deep sense of dissatisfaction" and so it is vital to follow a path that is appealing to them, rather than simply convenient.
Michael Izza, chief executive of the ICAEW, recently said there should not be any social or economic barriers preventing people from achieving their recruitment dreams.
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