Only nine per cent of IT leaders are women - no progress on last year

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Slow progress that was being made in promoting Women in IT has stalled, finds Harvey Nash/KPMG report
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Slow progress that was being made in promoting Women in IT has stalled, finds Harvey Nash/KPMG report

But female CIOs were more likely to have received a salary increase than their male counterparts

The proportion of women in IT leadership remains broadly the same as last year. That's according to the 2017 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, which was unveiled today. Only nine per cent of all senior IT...

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