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16 tech jobs with the largest gender gaps; how to stop Windows 10 snooping

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16 tech jobs with the largest gender gaps

Computer programmers and game artists top the list of tech jobs in which women are paid less than their male peers. Here's how to prevent this from happening at your company.

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