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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
Here's 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
- 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 an aerospace engineering firm
- Many Women Leave Engineering, Blame The Work Culture
Many Women Leave Engineering, Blame The Work Culture : All Tech Considered From the aerospace sector to Silicon Valley, engineering has a retention problem: Close to 40 percent of women with
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- Women in computing - Wikipedia
Women in computing have shaped the evolution of information technology They were among the first programmers in the early-20th century, and contributed substantially to the industry As technology and practices altered, the role of women as programmers has changed, and the recorded history of the field has downplayed their achievements
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