According to a recent survey, the wage gap between men and women in the tech industry is growing.
Men are making more money than women in technology jobs, about 12% more than they did last year, according to a salary survey by career site Dice.com.
The survey found that salaries for men increased by 2.4% in 2007 but stayed flat for women. The average salary last year for men was $76,582, and for women, it was $67,507, according to Dice. The gap widened last year: In 2006, the difference between salaries paid to men and women was 9.7%.
The gap was highest for workers in retail, mail order and e-commerce industries – where men make 15 percent more than women. Yikes.
Anyone in the tech industry want to weigh in?