Tech says it wants to diversify, so why is it moving so slowly?
from The Oregonian
Cloud computing, smartphones, open source software, web services. A lot has changed in the Silicon Forest since the dot-com era. One thing that hasn't changed: The composition of the people working in the state's tech sector. One of Oregon's best-paying, fastest-growing fields remain stubbornly male, and overwhelmingly white. That defies a growing consensus across the industry that tech needs to diversify. From Intel's sprawling campuses in Hillsboro to the tiny startups clustered around downtown Portland, executives have embraced a call to make their workforces look more like their communities, and their customers.
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