Today, computing skills are the most sought after in the United States. Yet, women’s share of the computing workforce is falling. Women in the U.S. computing workforce will shrink in the next 10 years unless we take action now.
In 2015, there were 500,000 new computing jobs to be filled but fewer than 40,000 new computer science graduates. This shortage is a fundamental economic challenge for the U.S. economy and its global competitiveness. But this decline can be reversed… we can triple the number of women in computing.
Our research identifies the effectiveness of implementing a strategy focused on three clear stages of a girl's education. We have used these insights to create a strategy that is precise, targeted and sequenced.
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