"Ever seen those laughable job ads that offer entry-level salaries in return for a minimum of five years’ experience? Well, the FinTech industry isn’t quite so bad, but there is a bottleneck of talent. It’s caused in part by employers focusing on the most qualified, and by high barriers to entry for new starters.
Nadia Edwards-Dashti, chief customer officer at Harrington Starr, explains why recruiters can help themselves and the industry by focusing on potential. She also discusses her book, FinTech Women Walk the Talk, which shares inspirational stories of industry leaders while outlining the distance yet to be travelled before gender parity is reached."
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