IT Humor: Future Engineer


Is a STEM career in your child's future? Whether it's engineering, big data, security or mobile, there are projected to be many job opportunities in the tech industry in the coming years.

And yet women receive far fewer bachelor's degrees in the computer sciences, engineering, physics, and mathematics and statistics than men. Fortunately, many firms are ramping up their recruiting efforts for women, and many organizations provide information and support for women (and girls) seeking careers in technology. 

Find out more about career paths for women in technology in our series on the topic. This interview with Mary Landesman, data scientist and cyber security expert, has excellent advice for women who want to break into the field. 

In addition, if you're looking for a job in tech, our latest Salary Guide offers IT job seekers starting salaries for a wide variety of tech positions.