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His funeral is expected to be held Saturday at the Arlington National Cemetery, where he was buried.
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He is survived by his wife, Sharon, and four children.
AUSTRALIA’S IT sector is not as bad as its reputation would lead you to believe.
The data is clear.
The UK has more people working in IT than anywhere else in the world, and a large proportion of them are women.
The country also has the lowest unemployment rate in the OECD, which is good news for the economy and a welcome development for its burgeoning IT industry.
But when you think about the reasons why women have been so far underrepresented in the tech industry, you realise why.
Women are underrepresented on the boards of major companies like Google and Facebook.
The proportion of female directors at tech companies is also below the OECD average, despite a massive influx of women into the industry.
Women in tech have often been blamed for the recent tech meltdown, but the fact is, the UK is not the worst place for women to be in the IT sector.
There are some great opportunities in the country.
The top five tech companies in the region employ more women than any other in the globe.
These companies are Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Netflix.
But while women are a significant portion of the UK’s workforce, the lack of representation in the industry has forced women to work in low-paid, insecure and dangerous roles.
When it comes to gender pay equity, the numbers don’t add up.
Women earn less than men in the same roles, but there is still a huge gap between men and women.
In the tech sector, women make between 60% and 80% of what their male counterparts earn.
This disparity has been reported by many organisations across the tech world, with Google recently launching a pay equity strategy that aims to address the issue.
A study from the Women’s Network for Better Workplaces, for instance, found that women make up around 30% of software engineers in tech, but only 15% of IT managers and 17% of programmers.
This is a glaring gap that needs to be addressed, and women need to be part of the solution to equal pay.
But is there an organisation that can help bridge the gap between women in tech and men in tech?
While there are plenty of organisations that work towards gender equity in tech across the board, there are a few that are particularly focused on women in the area of tech.
This week, the Women in Tech Alliance, a network of more than 50 organisations working to tackle gender inequality, will release its annual report on the state of women in technology.
The report will be a compilation of data from the organisations that have already reported, which gives an insight into how women and men are making their way through the industry, and where they’re doing so.
“The report provides an indication of how the industry is changing and the progress that has been made to address gender inequity,” the report’s author, Jane Rochon, said.
To start with, the report finds that women are significantly underrepresented within IT in the United Kingdom, with around 17% and 21% of the IT workforce, respectively.
In comparison, in the US, where the gender pay gap is much smaller, women earn around 62% of men in IT.
There is also an alarming gap in terms of women’s representation in senior management positions.
While more than half of the CEOs of major tech companies are women, just one in four of those CEOs is female.
The same is true for the executives of tech companies like Facebook and Netflix, with only 16% and 13% of them being women, respectively, in those organisations.
Women account for less than 15% and 10% of directors, respectively at Facebook, Netflix and Google.
In the United States, for example, there is only one female chief operating officer at Facebook.
It’s a shocking statistic when you consider that women in this country account for approximately 40% of tech employees, but are only one in three of its CEO positions.
Despite the disparity, the fact remains that women still make up just one-fifth of those in the technology sector.
That means that, while there is a clear need for women in both tech and the wider tech industry to get their act together, it is important to recognise that there is no magic wand for women, or women’s issues in tech.
There has to be a long-term approach, and that starts with addressing the fact that women’s participation in the workforce is low.
As for the issue of pay equity?
In 2016, Google made headlines when it announced that it was raising its pay equity target to $30 million by 2020.
But despite the fact there has been a significant rise in women in IT, it still only accounts for a quarter of the overall pay of its workforce.
Google has also launched a pay parity strategy, which aims to encourage women to take part in tech’s growing workforce.
But the strategy only covers the first four years of the plan, meaning it will be years before women are paid equally.