A recent report on Fox Business caught my eye, as it attempted to tackle the issue of women in technology—specifically that they seem to be underrepresented in the high tech sector at the executive level, and even among IT workers in general.

According to one report, women account for only 25 percent of the total computing workforce. In the high-level executive arena, companies typically have very few females. Microsoft, for example, has 125 executive positions, but only 13 are held by women, according to Fox Business. IBM has 20 such positions, but only three filled by women. Apple identifies 10 executives, none of whom are female.

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