Why most women leave the workforce after having a second child
Women in the higher echelons of the corporate world in India are few and far between
According to a 2015 McKinsey study, women make up 46% of new graduates, but only 29% comprise entry-level professionals
After 10 years with renowned organisations in the financial sector, Neha Ghodke, an IT professional, opted for a break. “It was getting hard to juggle home and office when my second child was born. I might have continued if my company had the facility of working remotely," she says.