Why Tech Degrees Are Not Putting More Blacks and Hispanics Into Tech Jobs – The New York Times


Technology companies employ strikingly few black and Hispanic workers. They blame the recruitment pipeline, saying there aren’t enough of them graduating with relevant degrees and applying for tech jobs. Yet the data show that there are many more black and Hispanic students majoring in computer science and engineering than work in tech jobs. So why aren’t they being hired? Those who enter the candidate pipeline fall out somewhere along the way — and the culture and recruiting methods of tech companies seem to have a lot to do with it.

Source: Why Tech Degrees Are Not Putting More Blacks and Hispanics Into Tech Jobs – The New York Times

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