Women Are Still Underrepresented In Tech. Here’s What Facebook Has to Say About It



How did we go from viewing computer programming as “women’s work” to peak tech bro culture? In the world of tech today, men greatly outnumber women, and the reasons for this inequality are to be found in stereotypes and biases deeply ingrained in our culture.

But some of the world’s biggest tech companies are taking steps to fix the gender imbalance, in the belief that the people building the tech products of the future should be as diverse as the people using them. We talked to Rachel Burton, HR Director for the EMEA Engineering teams at Facebook, to learn more about the company’s approach to fixing the gender problem.

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