Human resources professionals are under-represented in technology, and one way to improve the representation is to increase the number of women in senior roles.
The report, written by the McKinsey Global Institute, found that only 9.5% of senior tech managers in the US are women, down from 15.8% in 2016.
The gender gap is even wider at the executive level, where only 14.6% of US executives are women.
Women’s representation in senior leadership positions in technology is even more bleak, with only 3.4% of all US tech executives in senior management roles, compared to 10.8%, the report found.
The gap in senior tech roles between men and women has been increasing over time.
Women comprise just 5.4 of the 100 most senior executives at the Fortune 500, down 5.9% from 2016.
This is the first year that we’ve released a report on tech women, and we are still waiting to see how it impacts the industry.
The only way to fix this is to make sure the tech workforce has the same level of representation in its leadership that the industry has.” “
Our research shows that the tech industry has a gender problem, and it’s a problem that has been going on for decades.
The only way to fix this is to make sure the tech workforce has the same level of representation in its leadership that the industry has.”
As a leader in this space, I’ve been very critical of the industry for so long, and I’ve come to the conclusion that they’ve done a lot of things that aren’t good.
They have a very high number of female executives, but we still don’t have a leadership role.
And I have a feeling that this is not going to change.
I think that this industry is in a very difficult spot,” said Sheryl Sandberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, during a speech at TechCrunch Disrupt.