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Women in Midwest IT Have to Fight, Work Harder

CHICAGO - Here is a joke my dad told me (actually, he told it to my 10-year-old daughter and she passed it on): Three guys were walking on a beach and they found a bottle with a cork in it. They opened it up and a genie popped out. "Thanks guys! I was in that bottle for 150 years," the genie says. "I'll grant you each one wish as a thank you for letting me out."

So the first guy says: "I......

Full article >>> these Midwestern listservs who correspond with me: ChicWIT (Chicago), MilwWIT (Milwaukee), MotorWIT (Detroit), ArchWIT (St. Louis), IndyWIT (Indiana) and KCWIT (Kansas City). The horror stories are current (from this year and this week). It is still an old boys' club in many IT departments (in big corporations especially). Women have to fight harder for good assignments, have their work more clos......

Full article >>> cles, don't collaborate and don't support their female colleagues.

Where do I get this impression? I hear about it every day. This is no exaggeration. A good manager can make a huge difference, of course, but if a company doesn't pay attention to its technical women, it will lose them in spirit (where it counts) if not literally

I can't really say that your IT women are twice as ......

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