The information technology sector of the U.S. economy is an area that shows promise in employment growth between 2017-2024. The U.S. Department Labor, Bureau Labor Statistics indicates the IT sector has a 2.1% compounded projected growth rate during this time period.

Moreover, employment data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicate 22% fewer women are employed in the IT sector compared with the total employment of women across all sectors. Wide worker disparities exist in the IT industry for persons of Black and Hispanic culture.

With the consistent use of diverse and inclusive candidate slates, the opportunity for technology companies is to have its executive workforce – its decision makers – be more reflective of the public they serve. That’s where we come in.

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