A new Gartner study showed that supply chain jobs increased during the pandemic which resulted in many women increasing their representation in organizations.
The number of women holding supply chain jobs has increased. A survey, The Women in Supply Chain Survey 2021 by Gartner and AWESOME, which interviewed 223 supply chain organizations from February through March 2021, discovered that the percentage of women in the .supply chain workforce was at the highest level since the first edition of the survey in 2016.
Women comprised 41% of the supply chain workforce in 2021, up from 39% in 2020, according to a recent survey by Gartner, Inc. Every leadership level saw an increase in representation, except the executive level where there has been a slight decline. In 2021, women account for 15% of executive-level roles, down from 17% in 2020.