To a great extent, we all are a product of our environment. Depending on whether or not your environment promotes the development of certain traits, you will find people from a certain environment more pronounced with a certain trait than people from a different environment.
When it comes to technology, more specifically women in tech, the environment within which they operate can either make or break them. Some environment does encourage diversity and inclusion while others perpetuate discrimination and exclusion.
SmartAsset’s analysis of Census Bureau tabled a report revealing that within the tech industry, women hold 26% fewer tech jobs within the U.S. market. They are also paid 85% of what men in similar positions get paid. However, the really sad part is that in the big tech cities like San Francisco. The numbers of women in tech are far more underrepresented. Take for instance, in San Francisco; women occupy just about 21% of the tech jobs.
Washington D.C. for the second year in a row emerged at the top city in America for women in tech. The U.S. capital is ranked at position one for women …read more
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