New survey reveals huge gender gap in British IT sector

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Experts believe this gap is due to lower participation of girls in STEM subjects

Reflecting a gender diversity crisis in Britain's IT industry, a new research has found that just one in six IT jobs in the country are currently occupied by females. The research, which was com...

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