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Tech's Glass Ceiling Shows Some Cracks

By Deborah Rothberg  |  Posted 06-08-2006 Print
More women are staking their claim on the tech world, aided by an improved economy, advocacy groups and a broad range of perk and flex plans offered by employers.

Despite considerable progress, industry leaders and gender advocates make no bones about stating that women are still largely underrepresented in technology, put off by uneven salaries, difficulties balancing home life with the long hours demanded, and a perception that IT is still very much an all boys environment.


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