The necessity of STEM skills in the job market is growing due to the increased use and development of technologies. New working practices, mostly digital, have been introduced as safety measures during the pandemic and have been democratized into greater flexibility for employees. However, women are 25% less likely than men to have basic knowledge of digital technology. Consequently, women face a higher risk of job automation and of losing their jobs. How can governments and companies ensure equal access to STEM education and training for women and girls to equally adapt to the future of work?