Women in hi-tech

Is Israel's hi-tech growth reflected in the percentage of women employed in the industry? Unfortunately, this is not always the case.

By SHACHAR BAR
March 21, 2018 21:58
1 minute read.
Women in hitech as percent of the Employees

Women in Hitech as percent of the Employees. (photo credit: JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH)

 
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The Israeli hi-tech industry has grown in leaps and bounds, especially in Jerusalem. The number of hi-tech companies in the capital has been consistently increasing since 2013, with an overall growth rate of 52%.

Companies in Jerusalem account for 6% of the entire Israeli hi-tech industry. For the last four years, 100 new hi-tech startups have been created each year.

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