In bid to equally represent women in the workplace, a team of Google employees, alongside Unicode Consotium, have proposed a range of 13 new emojis, to depict the wide range of jobs that woman hold, including the proposal of a female farmer emoji. This move has also been backed by research conducted.
The research found that young women are the heaviest users of emoji. According to a September, 2015 SocialTimes report by AdWeek, 92% of online consumers use emoji. Of that user base, 78% of women are frequent emoji users, versus 60% of men. Likewise, age breakdowns of the emoji-active user base reveal that 72% of those under 25 are frequent emoji users, and 77% of users aged 25 - 29 are frequent users. Emoji usage begins dropping at age 30 (with frequent usage dropping to 65% for ages 30-35, and 60% for people over 35.) The nexus of female users and young users reveals that women under 30 are most the frequent emoji users by far.