At IBM women have been making contributions to the advancement of information technology for almost as long as the company has been in existence. Today, women represent approximately 30 percent of IBM employees worldwide and more than 22% of our global executive population is made up of women, two-thirds of whom are working mothers.
Did you know?
- IBM was named among Top 10, 2013 NAFE Working Mothers Top 50 Companies for Executive Women.
- IBM is a three-time Catalyst Award winner, recognizing innovative approaches for developing women.
- Working Mother magazine has named IBM one of its 100 Best Companies for 27 consecutive years.
- IBM is represented by 15 women in the Women in Technology International (WITI) Hall of Fame. (see also Diane Pozefsky, Ph.D, 2011 and Joanne Martin, Ph.D, 2012)
Are you looking for a new challenge, inside a progressive organization that values and rewards collaboration, innovation and creativity? If you want to focus on today’s most exciting technologies — Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud — the opportunities are endless and you can make a difference at IBM.
Learn more: Careers for Women at IBM
And apply for jobs: Job Opportunities for Women in Technology
Why Work at IBM?
- Why IBM?
- IBM Video Series Celebrates International Women’s Day
- IBM Vice President, Gill Zhou, Is a Model for Working Women in China
- Some Wise Words for Your Career, Life and Destiny, from Rebecca Munyuki, IBM South Africa
- IBM’s Pioneering Woman and 1st Executive: Anne Van Vechten (Part 1), (Part 2)
- IBM Research Chief Scientist for Social Business, Irene Greif, Wins Technical Leadership Award
- Middle East and Africa Inspirational IBMers – Natasha Pillay-Bemath
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- Posted by Regan Kelly and Julie Yamamoto