New studies find that only 37% of entry-level workers and 15% of CEOs in the tech industry are female. Another study conducted by management consulting firm McKinsey & Company focuses on the gender gap in technology, and the findings indicate that it extends to numerous levels of employment.
Tech platform Built In shared in their study that non-white American women with degrees in Computer Science or Engineering are less likely to land a job in tech than their white counterparts. They continue that only 3% of computing-related jobs are held by African-American women, 6% are held by Asian women, and 2% are held by Hispanic women. Female minorities are woefully underrepresented in the tech industry, but Victoria Liu is paving the way for them to succeed in the field. Under her leadership, Byppo Technologies LLC is becoming one of the fastest-growing food delivery tech companies in the United States.
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