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Description: WASHINGTON, D.C. — Demand for computer scientists is high and continues to grow in the U.S. and globally. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has projected that by 2026, computer science jobs will have grown by 19%. Although many colleges are working hard to produce computer science graduates who can fill those jobs, relatively few of these graduates — 18% — are women, resulting in a workforce that lacks the benefits from gender diversity — critical innovation and growth.

Source: Gallop.com

Date: Mar 23, 2021

Link: https://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/340322/women-tech-starting-young.aspx

Questions for discussion:

  • What does the article say about the differences between men and women with respect to technology education and career development?
  • What are the career implications for these differences?
  • What, if anything, do you think should be done?

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