3 infographics that perfectly sum up why women are needed in IT leadership

There has long been a gender gap in IT-related fields. But just where does this shortage of women in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) field come from? And what can be done to reverse the trend?

Cybersecurity’s giant gender gap

New data finds that only 10% of IT security jobs are held by women – this despite the fact that more women are entering the field. 

Top 3 deterrents for women in IT, according to one survey

While there’s a lot of debate over what, if anything, should be done about it, women in IT are a significant minority. A new survey highlights some of the reasons. 

Study: Pay gap for women in IT is gone

While the debate continues regarding the low numbers of women in IT and whether organizations should do anything to change it, one recent study offered a bit of good news: 

Do tech job descriptions deter women in IT?

One reason for the lack of women in IT could be the way job descriptions are written, according to one study.

5 strategies for hiring more women in IT

If you haven’t dealt with this issue yet, you probably will soon: Finding people skilled in emerging technologies is a challenge. One solution is to adopt hiring strategies designed to draw from a largely untapped pool of talent: women. Here’s why you’ll want to give these strategies a shot.

Survey: Skills shortage blamed on lack of women in IT

Women hold just a quarter of all tech jobs in the U.S. And a new survey suggests that may be hurting IT departments’ performance. 

Why aren’t there more women in IT?

Despite holding more than half of all professional jobs in the U.S., women make up just a quarter of the IT workforce. Here’s why companies should care – and what they can do about it.