The UK faces a worsening gender gap in its flourishing IT industry, according to a new study. The Women in IT scorecard looked at gender trends from secondary education through to the work place. It indicates women account for just 16% of the UK IT workforce. Read more here
Demographics and statistics of women in technology and technology related education
The number of female CIOs has remained static at 14% for a decade – but here’s a list of initiatives trying to change that read on
The following statistics from the Women’s Engineering Society show a worrying picture for women working in technology and the future of the UK. Only 6% of the engineering workforce in the UK is female (1) Only 5.5% of engineering professionals are female and only 27% of engineering and science technicians are female (2) Only 5.3%(…)
It’s common knowledge that women are underrepresented in tech jobs, but what about their representation in the tech world as a whole? Here are statistics that shed some light on both Read on ….
Male dominance in the field is bad for women, and bad for the industry, as well. Across the technology sector there is a major disparity between men and women. While 57 percent of occupations in the workforce are held by women, in computing occupations that figure is only 25 percent. Of chief information officer jobs (CIOs) at Fortune(…)