Intel had a harder time retaining women in its US workforce in 2020 than globally, according to the company’s annual diversity and inclusion report for the year, out Tuesday.
While nearly all of the chipmaker’s gains and losses in diversifying came in tenths of percentages points, the company still saw some decreases in the overall number of women, and the number of women in technical roles in the US. Women slid to 26.3% from 26.5% and women in technical roles fell to 23.5% from 23.7%. Globally, numbers rose to 27.8% from 27.4%…
Source CNET Tech