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65% of people connect the hi-tech industry with men, compared with 4% who associate it with women, according to a study carried out for Deloitte & Touche. It found 60% of women working in IT would choose another profession ‘starting out on a career today’. Of nearly two thirds of women surveyed, 62%, believe a glass ceiling is a reality for women in IT, although 62% of men felt this barrier is a non-issue for women.

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