Women in IT: What can you do to help?

Stuart Sumner
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Computing is providing a platform to debate and begin to counter these issues
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Computing is providing a platform to debate and begin to counter these issues

There are far fewer women than men working in IT, and those that have chosen the career are likely to be paid less than their male counterparts. Computing is providing a platform to debate and begin to counter these issues

A new government initiative demands that companies with more than 250 employees publish their gender pay gaps. This is an attempt to embarrass organisations into paying women the same as men in sim...

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