For many women at CES, the lack of female representation in the keynote wasn’t surprising. It wasn’t even solely the CTA’s fault. A 2016 study by the National Center for Women and Information Technology found women held 57 percent of all professional occupations yet only 25 percent of all computing jobs. These figures were even lower for nonwhite women: Asian women held 5 percent of jobs in the computing industry, black women held 3 percent and Latinas held just 1 percent.
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