Remote Work Round-Up
August 3, 2017
Working remotely can certainly solve many issues modern businesses face, but can it also work towards closing the gender gap in tech? According to a recent article by Chelsey Grasso on Huffington Post, the answer is yes. The available information on the current gender gap in tech is staggering, to say the least.
Grasso gives us the following statistics:
- 56% of women in the tech industry leave their jobs mid-career
- 51% of women say being a working mother made it difficult for them to advance in their careers
- 33% of women left the tech industry because it did not allow enough flexibility for a healthy work-life balance
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Jasmine Harvey is pursuing her MBA while working full-time as a buyer for Viasat, a global communications and satellite internet company. Balancing home, work, and school while maintaining a 3.9 grade point average has been quite a challenge. Jasmine had a perfect 4.0 until she took one of the hardest classes in her program, Managerial Economics and Global, during this COVID pandemic. She finished a full 15 percentage points above the class average, but was still 0.6 points away from an "A".