Are women more successful than men at starting tech companies?

Women hold only 25 percent of all computing-related positions—but they account for fewer failures than average in the tech industry.

Statistics from the National Center for Women & Information Technology show that women hold more than half of all professional occupations in the U.S., but only 25 percent of all computing-related occupations.

Though women are a minority in the industry, it’s clear they’re still making their mark. Women have co-founded high-tech companies with less funding and fewer failures than average, the NCWIT reports.

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