More transparency and better job ads could get more women in tech

Although companies want more women in technology, female technologists are struggling to get hired.
Thu, 3 Sep 2015 | By Sarah Marquet

Although companies want more women in technology, female technologists are struggling to get hired.

Yet greater transparency and better job descriptions could help resolve that disconnect, according to speakers at a Phaidon International and Girls in Tech London-hosted event (pictured) – The War for Talent and What Women...

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