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  • ​1984 was the year everything changed for women in IT: Lynwen Connick

    Women began dropping out of ICT roles in 1984, the same year personal computers were on the rise, according to Lynwen Connick, First Assistant Secretary - Cyber Policy and Intelligence Division, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner18 March 16 14:16
  • Australia is fastest growing for women in tech

    Australia is on top when it comes to hiring women in the tech industry, with it being the fastest growing out of seven other developed countries, new research has found.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett21 July 15 12:04
  • IT gender imbalance getting worse

    The technology industry’s gender imbalance is getting worse with a new study finding there has been a 27 per cent decrease in female IT workers since 2010.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett09 July 14 10:54
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  • Leading change - Part 2

    There are strong economic and business performance arguments driving the desire to see more women enter the IT workforce. The diversity and workforce lead for IBM Australia and New Zealand, Belinda Curtis, points to several studies demonstrating stronger corporate performance when women represent a high proportion of senior leadership or board positions.

    Written by Brad Howarth07 April 11 06:00
  • Leading change - Part 1

    Like most Year 10 girls, Rebekah Eden never planned on a career in the IT industry. Popular culture had conditioned her to believe that IT was all about lonely individuals hunched over computers for hours and hours on end. Instead, her studies were taking her towards a preferred career in forensic science. It was exposure to the industry through a week-long EXITE (Exploring Interest in Technology and Engineering) camp organised by IBM that changed her mind. During that week she was shown different aspects of the IT industry, from programming robots to developing websites. The experience completely changed her mind.

    Written by Brad Howarth06 April 11 06:00
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