The most common job for women in Silicon Valley

The jobs of women in tech have grown in popularity and importance in recent years, but it’s still rare for women to hold them.

The numbers suggest that the vast majority of those positions are filled by men.

The Wall Street and New York Times tech stories that have focused on tech jobs include jobs that often have women as co-founders, chief executives, or board members, and those are the jobs that tend to be most closely associated with the tech industry.

Those jobs, however, are often not as high-paying. 

Anecdotal evidence suggests that women are not often the top hires for tech jobs, according to the Pew Research Center. 

However, there is still a wide range of gender differences in what women and men do in the tech sector. 

There are two main kinds of tech jobs that women hold: executive positions and support roles.

These positions are generally considered lower-paying and more managerial-like than technical jobs, and they are largely concentrated in industries like finance and engineering. 

For the last decade, women have increasingly held positions at the top of tech, and women now make up more than half of senior executives.

The trend is not just happening in Silicon Beach, however.

According to a 2014 report by the National Women’s Law Center, women hold more than a third of leadership roles in companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego, California, as well as in many other Silicon Valley cities.

The top 10 tech companies in that study were Google, Amazon, Facebook, Intel, Microsoft, Apple, Salesforce, Cisco, and eBay. 

These companies are the only ones that reported a decline in women CEOs in the last five years, and the trend appears to be continuing. 

Companies that have experienced a loss of female CEOs include Amazon, Uber, and Facebook, which lost six women CEOs between 2014 and 2018. 

Women make up nearly a third of all employees in technology, according the McKinsey Global Institute.

The gender gap in STEM subjects is similar in both science and math, the institute found.