- Why are women leaving the tech industry in droves?
Qualified women are abandoning the tech industry in droves The Times' Tracey Lien talks with a software engineer who left the industry and a law professor who focuses on workplace equality
- Heres why women, blacks and Hispanics are leaving tech
A first-of-its kind study explains why the tech industry is like sieve for women and underrepresented minorities, and how those exits cost companies an estimated $16 billion a year
- Women are leaving STEM in droves. We should talk about why.
In between semesters at Carnegie Mellon University, engineering student Heather Thompson took a summer position in the algorithm department of
- WSJ: Tech Workers Plan On Leaving Silicon Valley In Droves
A number of workers in Silicon Valley are planning to leave the tech hub due to a discomfort stemming from a uniform way of thinking in the industry and region, according to The Wall Street Journal
- Hire More Women In Tech
Dear CEO's, COO's, managers, recruiters, and people making hiring decisions: here are a few simple things you can do to find and hire more qualified women in tech Hiring women in senior roles at your company is good for your business and your company's growth - nbsp; ensure that you truly get
- Technology’s Man Problem - The New York Times
Crude apps, patronizing behavior For some, “bro” culture offers one explanation for why there are so few women in tech
- Women in computing - Wikipedia
Women in computing have shaped the evolution of the industry, with women among the first programmers during the early 20th century Nevertheless, much recorded history of the field downplayed women's achievements
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