Women and ethnic minorities are now overrepresented in the UK advertising industry following a decades-long push to improve diversity, according to a new survey.
A 2022 census found that an estimated 55pc of employees in the sector were women, compared to 45pc who were men.
That was after the number of women increased from an estimated 11,600 to 14,400, an increase of 24pc, the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA) said.
So, who gets fired? Or doesn’t it work that way because reasons?
It is possible to point out that women are, in fact, the decision makers on 70% of household expenditures therefore there is still under-representation but that then runs into the problem of what damn patriarchy getting all the wages then?