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women in tech
March 8, 2018 by By The Canadian Press: Ann-Louise Davidson, Concordia University Research Chair, Maker culture; associate professor, educational technology, Concordia University - Co-written with Naomi Wu, an engineer and video blogger in China and advocate for women in tech.
Gender inequality is alive and kicking in technology
On International Women's Day, it's worth a harsh reminder: Women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers represent a mere 20% of the current job force in the field.
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