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8 out of 10 software engineering jobs are still going to men ... and that's a big improvement for women

Silicon Valley is well aware that it has a women-in-tech problem. The vast majority of employees at most tech companies, especially the programmers, are men. Tech companies love to ponder the lack of women and they do take whatever actions seem logical to solve the issue. They contribute to girls-who-code programs, for instance. Occasionally, they resort to concrete measures to recruit more women.
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