Indian Web3 professionals are young, of whom 80 per cent are under 30 years of age, significantly younger than the global average, revealed a survey by KuCoin. While 47 per cent of them have joined Web3-related communities, 23 per cent have received related education, and 14 per cent are looking for jobs in the industry, the survey added.
As many as 72 per cent of Web3 professionals in India are very happy with their careers so far, recognising the industry’s benefits such as space for growth and innovation and better welfare. Additionally, 60 per cent of surveyed Indian users who never worked in Web3 are very interested in exploring the career, mainly motivated by space for professional growth and a better salary package in the industry. The report flagged the shortage of women-led communities, educational resources, and the stress of fast-paced industry as key challenges for Indian women to work or invest in Web3.
Unveiling the survey findings, Johnny Lyu, CEO, KuCoin said, “Web3 has been one of the most trending terms in the 2022 tech scene and it will be the next iteration of the internet based on blockchain technology. With Web3 being a strategic focus, KuCoin conducted this global survey to understand how people think about Web3 as a career option. The findings of our “Journey into Web3” survey reveals the bright Web3 future in India with heightened interests from a diversified talent pool. We’re optimistic to see more women-led communities in the near future which will boost the comprehensive Web3 ecosystem in India.”
Commenting on the survey, Medha B Dey Roy, Head of Branding, KuCoin India, said, “As per our survey findings, Indian youth have huge potential in disrupting the Web3 space. However, we noticed that there are fewer women-led Web3 communities as compared to male. The survey also shows that many women are hesitant to engage in Web3 due to perceived limited access to related educational resources and potential stress from the fast-paced industry.”
“The good part is, women are recognized for their talents in building trust in workplaces and communities, further promoting diversity and inclusiveness, which is key to facilitating Web3 culture. This translates that women are more recognized for their transparent, empathetic leadership style and long-term mind-sets. These skill sets are crucial and play an important role in building a stronger Web3 ecosystem. Thus, we’re looking forward to welcoming more women to come in and disrupt the Web3 space.” she added.
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