#GoodRead | GE Wants 5,000 More Women to Launch Their Tech Careers There

Physicist Katharine Burr Blodgett at General Electric Research Laboratories. She received the American Chemical Society's Garvan Medal in 1951. Photo credit: Smithsonian Institution Archives [no restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons

Physicist Katharine Burr Blodgett at General Electric Research Laboratories. She received the American Chemical Society's Garvan Medal in 1951. Photo credit: Smithsonian Institution Archives [no restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons

"GE Wants 5,000 More Women to Launch Their Tech Careers There":

In a bid to hit a 50-50 gender ratio in its technical entry-level workforce, General Electric (GE, +0.56%) has announced plans to hire about 5,000 more women in STEM positions by 2020.

Read Lucinda Shen's full article at Fortune here…