By Julie Elberfeld, senior vice president of shared technology at Capital One
We’ve all seen the headlines about women leaving the tech industry. They’re true, but they are also only part of the story. Roughly 56% of women leave the technology industry by the mid-level point in their careers, according to a 2008 Center for Work–Life Policy study. These women are who I call “pipeline victims,” driven out of a promising career because of barriers like sexism and advancement difficulties. Their stories are real. Their experiences are valid. And their challenges deserve amplification.
My question is: What about the other 44% who stay in tech?See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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