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These Companies Want to Invest In Your Education

A recent article from Forbes noted that when assessing a prospective job, women say their highest priorities are company culture and opportunities for professional development. There are so many companies on PowerToFly that offer various forms of professional development, including CenturyLink and NBCUniversal (click through to their pages and follow them to learn more!). If your company doesn't offer some type of continuing education- think about investing in a PowerToFly VIP Membership. You'll gain access to all of our training webinars -from Excel tips, to honing your leadership skills- with a subscription that costs less than a weekly latte purchase.

FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Time Inc. - Software Developer - Mobile | Cozi

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OpenTable’s CEO On How Women In Tech Can Stop Becoming “The Diversity Candidate”

It was the "bullshit" heard round the world, or at least Silicon Valley. During a Fortune event in 2017, a man claimed that one reason behind the tech world's gender gap is that "women don't always support each other". To this, Christa Quarles, who since 2015 has been the CEO of OpenTable, countered: "bullshit".

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In Person Events

Free Women In Tech Events: My Top Dos

What's coming in 2018 and how to do it right.

Last May PowerToFly started throwing in-person events for women in tech and across digital. We were already doing virtual events and webinars, but it only seemed natural to ramp up live meetups for our community that reaches over 12 million women.

We've now held over thirty events, and needless to say, learned a ton about what works for a women in tech event and what doesn't. I'll summarize a few key points here so that employers can know how to throw events, and women in tech can know what they should expect from an event.

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Career and Interview Tips

She Was Hired At 9 Months Pregnant To Lead Tech Teams At Dow Jones

Mona Soni's story about being hired by Dow Jones at nine months pregnant (yes, she took three months of paid maternity leave) is pretty remarkable. And yet, it doesn't have to be. Dow Jones saw Mona for the skills she brought to the company - and nothing less. They needed her to run engineering teams in New York and Minneapolis. Not only did Dow Jones' investment in Mona pay off, but the company is also sending a clear message that they'll do what it takes to include top women in tech.

Follow Dow Jones by clicking the banner below and scrolling to the top of the page. You'll get job alerts tailored to you, company updates and more. Or, check out some of their open roles below:

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