Mortimer Spinks and Computer Weekly unveil Women in Technology Survey

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Mortimer Spinks and Computer Weekly are pleased to announce the launch of its Women in Technology Survey 2014.

 

Now in its third year the 2014 survey asks:

 

- Does the Technology Industry need re-branding?

- Is the media coverage of Women in Technology doing more damage than good?

- How effective can mentoring schemes really be for career progression?

 

Last year the survey revealed both men and women agree to being happy with a career in technology and being offered equal opportunities, but women are lacking self-belief.

 

The survey revealed that men and women feel there no is longer is a major difference in career happiness and opportunities for promotion, regardless of maternity leave or career breaks.  95% of women said they are happy with their careers in technology, exactly the same number as men.

 

You can take part in the 2014 survey here.


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