It can be seen that the remuneration in the IT-B.P.O.s is solely based on the performance of the individuals. Sometimes, earnings vary from person to person, but graduates and post graduates may get almost same salary even working in the same company. Over education do nothing favourable to them if they lag behind the same qualified persons in terms of the required skills. But higher education help them in promotions if they have any particular skill that required for the unit they working. At the lower level jobs there is no gender disparities, women even reach middle levels and earn more than men also, but at the senior most positions the representation of women very low. But all over India, BPO sector is characterised by the high women representation; it is more than 60 percent and low representation of men.
At the leadership level of IT Companies woman representation is only about 6%. In the IT, it is about 15-20% and in the BPO it is 50%. About 49% of the India’s population are women. But no field equally represent women instead of this. In the year 2010 the IT workforce included only 26.4% of the women employees. But in 2008 this was 24% of the workforce.