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FCW : January 2015
On the federal CIO council, 32% of the members are women. BackStory Progress, but not yet parity 34 January 2015 FCW.COM Women remain sorely underrepresented in the federal IT workforce, much as they are in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. But at least the pay gap picture looks better. Sources: Office of Personnel Management, Department of Labor, U.S. Census, Department of Commerce, National Center for Women & Information Technology, CIO.gov. $20,000 – 49,999 $50,000 – 79,999 $80,000 – 109,999 $110,000 – 129,999 $130,000 – 159,999 $160,000 – 180,000 or more What federal IT workers get paid, by gender: 0.92% 1.08% 24.41% 30.5% 45.35% 41.35% 24.15% 21.62% 10.22% 10.1% 0.73% 0.94% Female Male Women are: of the U.S. population 51% of the total U.S. workforce 47% of the federal government workforce 43% of government IT workers 28% Nationally, women with “computer and math” jobs earn 88 cents on the dollar compared to their male peers. Women’s share of STEM degrees is steadily increasing: But for women who leave the STEM workforce: 26.2% Baby Boomers (1945-64) 34.2% Generation X (1965-79) 40.4% Millennials (1980-94) 31% shift to non-STEM jobs 20% take time away from the workforce entirely 0115fcw_034.indd 34 1/7/15 9:22 AM
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