Women missing out on computer science jobs

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Here’s an interesting article that discusses women in computer science or the lack thereof. In 2012, the top 20 highest paying jobs for women included Computer & Information Systems Managers, Computer Systems Analysts, Computer Programmers, and Software Developers. So 20% of the highest paying jobs for women were in Computer Science and the article talks about how we need to encourage women to fill those positions. So after reading this article, do you feel women pursuing jobs in computer science similar to the Rosie the Riveter era where women picked up factory jobs during WWII?

Women Missing Out on Lucrative Careers in Computer Science.


Next Meeting March 12th

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Here’s the link to RSVP for our next meeting. We will discuss the ways we stay up-to-date with technology.

Stateline Women in Technology Meeting Today

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Here’s the agenda for our meeting today!


The Next Stateline Women in Technology Meeting

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The February meeting will be an open discussion on the weird things that people say that makes us think “Seriously, did they just say that?”  If you would like lunch, we will be ordering from Beef-A-Roo. Just click on the link to register.

February 12th SWIT Meeting




January Meeting of Stateline WIT

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January Meeting of Stateline WIT

Come join us for our January meeting of Stateline Women in Technology.  We will be discussing our mission, vision, goals and meeting topics for the upcoming year. Click on the link above to join us on January 8th, 2014 at 11:30 am.

Can a Business Woman be Nice and Competent?

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This is an interesting discussion between Sheryl Sandberg and Oprah regarding the Heidi Roizen case study. Its a short video that is very interesting.

Article: Why I almost wrote off a tech career

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Article: Why I almost wrote off a tech career

This article has some great insights for anyone in technology.  The one that I need to remember is “do not compare your beginning to someone else’s middle”.  Thanks to Diann Jabusch for sharing this article.