50% of women who leave go to non-industry jobs.
30% to non-SET industry jobs
20% stay at home.
39% Extreme job pressure 62 hours a week US, 72 hours India, China
38% Job not woman friendly
46% Career stalled
47% lack carere paths,
84% lack sponsors 47% mentors. role models 40% Senior men don't want to pal around with young women.
Women More Risk averse leads to fewer high profile success.
Less credit if you take a risk. because you don't have a sponsor
More helper roles.
Don't get credit.
66-64% experienced sexual harassment
44-46% perceive bias in performance evaluation
23-27% "believe women are seen as less capable"
- 10% female management
- Flexible workday and career track timing
- shock you actually get more work out of people.
- Career paths, mentoring programs, sponsorship
- Opportunities for altruism (Athena)
- On-ramps - have way to take off and come back.
- workers at tech company
- boomers say "not having a mentor" is important impediment to success
More likely to have barriers if
- work for large company, have MS/PHD
- have fewer women at company
Few differences between women and men
but across the board tech women and tech men, men were happier with supervisor.
51% of men have partner primarily responsible for home and kids (13% women)
62% - 82%
HIgh level women are more likely to have a CS degree - Tech partner - partner responsible for home and kids (24 -13%)
Women managers are being perceived as less technical. how much is this because of bias?
by 50% - 30
Toot tech horn.
WHAT CAN I DO
- Find coach, mentor, group combat isolation
- Find a place with 10% women managers
- have a career goal
- build and demonstrate tech skills
- ask for high-profile & risky assignments "women don't ask" http://www.womendontask.com/
- on ramp/off ramp
- provide training for supervisors