Women in IT -- WANTED: Women with Chips on their Resumes

Fitzpatrick, Bill
October 2000
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2000, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the lack of women in the information system (IS) profession. It relates the paper of Frank Covvey, vice president of information systems for NPC International, wherein Covvey states that the information technology (IT) sector faces the problem of the lack of qualified IS personnel. It mentions that women tend to remove the IT industry from their options when making career choices. It presents a letter which explains why women tend not to engage in the IS profession.


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