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It's Time for The Tech Sector To Beam Up A Truly Diverse Workforce

In the utopian workforces of the far future, like those imagined in science fiction, there are always two commonalities. The first is an abundance of incredible technologies that make the seemingly impossible - like cross-galaxy space exploration -a way of life. The second is a seamlessly diverse workforce in which differences of gender, age, race and other personal traits (even species) are not noticed, much less used to exclude people from contributing.
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