The technology industry is only employing more and more people: Already today, about ten percent of the private sector, U.S. payroll supports tech workers. Of those, well over two million women work in fields as varied as biotech, data processing, and computer operations.
Even though women have been increasing as a percentage of women in the tech industry, they’re still under-represented. And in some areas and cities, women make up more of the tech workforce than in others. That’s why finding women who can serve as mentors to up-and-coming women in the field is even more important.
Take, for example, women like Susan Wojcicki. She got her start at Google and now serves as CEO of YouTube. Women are taking more and more leadership positions, just like Wojcicki, including the first head of IBM, Ginni Rometty.
Want to find more women to emulate in tech? This graphic brought to you by Appdynamics is a good place to start.