More than 20 percent of men want to work in the tech industry, study finds

The number of men in technology who say they want to get into tech has more than doubled since 2013, according to a new survey from LinkedIn.

The study by LinkedIn’s technology research team, The Lean Startup, found that the percentage of men who want to start their own company has more or less tripled since 2013.

The average number of women in tech who want their own business to grow has fallen from 1.4 percent in 2013 to 0.9 percent this year.

“It’s a real question mark whether men and women can both grow their companies and grow their business in a way that is healthy for society,” said Sarah Binder, the founder and CEO of the company.

“The biggest challenges are not necessarily gender but how you deal with the power imbalance between the sexes.”

The survey asked respondents to identify five areas in which they feel they can improve their workplace: a better diversity of cultures, more inclusion of women and more diverse candidates, a more equal representation of men and girls, a better representation of the ethnic and racial groups most underrepresented, and more support for people with disabilities.

It found that just 3 percent of respondents said they feel like they have “a fair shot” of starting a business in the future, compared to 6 percent in 2012.

That number has dropped to 3 percent in 2017, while the percentage who say their company’s culture is “very” or “somewhat” diverse has dropped from 29 percent in 2015 to 22 percent in this year’s survey.

A large majority of men, 59 percent, said they are “very comfortable” with the work environment in which their company is located.

The percentage who feel “very uncomfortable” has fallen to 20 percent.

“It is important for men and for men in particular to be able to say that their company, their business is working for them and that their employees are doing a great job,” Binder said.

“And I think that is what the Lean Startup is really all about.

It is really about people making these choices for themselves about whether they want their company to succeed or not.”

The Lean Startup was formed in 2015 by Binder and three other members of her team, and has expanded to more than 40 partners.

It’s part of a larger movement among tech leaders to help businesses grow more sustainably, and to give women and people of color more opportunities in their roles.

“I think the key is to encourage people to take action,” Binders said.

“There are so many people out there who are doing this.

There are so few of them who are truly doing it.

And the Lean startup is really part of that.”

The company is working to expand the scope of its survey to include more than 100 cities across the country and is looking to raise $5 million to support the effort.

“We’re really excited about this new initiative,” Bidders said.

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