#GAReads | The obvious ways to squash tech's gender gap — from the women who made it to the top

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The obvious ways to squash tech's gender gap — from the women who made it to the top”:

An analysis of the gender ratio of more than 100,000 non-technical titles at tech companies and interviews with more than a dozen senior female executives in the industry illustrate that increasing the number of women graduates with technical backgrounds won’t solve the problem.

The few women in tech who have ascended the ranks say that the very nature of how tech companies recruit and reward workers must change if the industry is going to become more inclusive. To make progress, tech companies must put policies into practice that allow flexible work and they will need to rethink the skills needed to fill senior-level non-technical roles.

Read Caroline Fairchild’s full article at LinkedIn here…