Why are women still struggling to get hired in tech?

In its first-ever report on the gender wage gap, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has found that while women still earn on average $13,400 less than their male colleagues, they still are underrepresented in leadership positions in tech.

In its annual PayScale study, the BLS found that men make up 54.3 percent of the total pay in tech, but only 47.3 per cent of senior tech executives.

In 2015, the pay gap for men in the tech industry was the widest it’s been since 2007, the year after the B.S. released its first pay gap report.

The BLS study found that, while tech companies are seeing an uptick in women’s employment in the last few years, there is still a gender pay gap.

The gap between the pay of women and men is much smaller than the gap in the overall U.S., which shows that women still make more than their equal-opportunity counterparts in tech companies, said Rachel Kagan, the report’s co-author and a professor at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center.

Women’s employment has increased faster than the growth of the U.N. Population, Kagan said.

Women now comprise 47.4 percent of U.K. tech workers, but that share is just 28.2 percent in the U.

“If you want to work in a tech company, you want it for five years or 10 years. “

A lot of men will move into the tech sector because it’s the only job they have and they want to have it for a long time,” Kagan told The Huffington Post.

“If you want to work in a tech company, you want it for five years or 10 years.

But you can’t go for five, 10, 15 years without feeling like you’re a victim.”

Women in tech have historically been paid less than men, but Kagan and her co-authors found that the gap has gotten smaller over the past two decades.

For the first time, the wage gap between men and women is greater than the wage difference between men (about $2,000) and women (about about $6,400) in tech employment.

In 2018, the median salary for a woman in the industry was $52,600, compared to $57,100 for a man in the same industry, according to PayScale.

Women have been making more money than men in tech since 2005, and in 2017, the average salary for women in tech was $50,200.

The report found that women have also been more likely than men to be promoted to senior positions, which suggests they’re more willing to work for a higher salary, especially as they age.

However, women have been less likely to be given promotions and, for some companies, pay gaps have grown more pronounced.

The median pay for women at Google, for example, is $53,400, compared with $66,100 at Facebook, according a PayScale analysis of company data.

The PayScale report also found that gender bias in pay is not unique to tech.

Women in finance, insurance, and other industries tend to make less money than their colleagues.

For example, women in health care were paid less per hour than men at hospitals, according the report.

Women make up only 13.2% of college graduates, but they comprise 41.7% of senior leaders in STEM fields, the study found.

While women are making less money, there are still barriers to entry in the sector, K.K., a 26-year-old female in New York City, told HuffPost.

“It is harder for a young person coming out of college to get a job.

There are a lot of things that we see on our own that we have to learn, and it’s really hard to get the training to really be a top tech person,” K.M. said.

“I’m really struggling to find a good position.

I feel like my skill set is not what people want.

I don’t think I can fit into the company.

I’m also really afraid to make the decision that I feel I should make because of what my family is going through.”

K.R., a 22-year old in Philadelphia, told The Guardian that she’s frustrated that she has to choose between going to college and finding a job, as the only female in her family.

“We are not seeing a lot in terms of change in the gender pay divide,” K.-R.

said, adding that her family is also struggling financially due to her father’s illness and being on disability.


told HuffPost that she feels like she has no control over her own career path and that she is not being given the support that she needs.

“There are many women who have been struggling