A new study shows that 70 percent of Black and Hispanic teens from lower to middle-income families express at interest in an IT career.
Last year, many high profile IT companies made efforts to become more transparent about diversity within their ranks. The findings were unfortunately predictable: the technology sector has a diversity problem. Thankfully, the IT industry has an opportunity to address existing gender, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities among staff. According to a recent study, Teen Views on Tech Careers, by the Creating IT Futures Foundation, 70 percent of Black and Hispanic teens from lower to ...
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