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Re: "A long and winding road for IT women"



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Helen Faulkner wrote:

> Hi All,
> 
> This article [1] covers some ground that we've discussed here before,
> namely the diverse routes by which women end up in a career in IT. I
> find it heartening to see this stuff written about in yet another
> publication, though the figures suggesting that there is an overall
> decrease in the percentage of women working in IT in Canada are worrying.
> 
> Does anyone know what the figures are like for women working in IT in
> other countries - ie is the percentage increasing or decreasing
> elsewhere?    I wonder whether there would be a similar change in the
> involvement of women in FLOSS projects, or whether the two patterns
> would be largely unrelated.

Here in India I see the number of women in IT almost negligible.

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