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Tech companies have a Baby Boomer problem

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All the new concentration on sexism and gender taste in Silicon Valley has vaporous another long-festering farrago problem for the tech industry: ageism. 

Now pursuit employing website Indeed is resplendent a spotlight on the issue. The company recently conducted a survey of 1,011 now employed US tech workers. The consult results prove how little age farrago there is in tech and how little tech companies are doing to change the situation. 

One vivid finding: 46% of respondents pronounced that the normal employee age at their company was between 20 and 35.

Here’s some of what Indeed found and how the attention is coming the issue of age discrimination:

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