Gallup recently shared data confirming that Tech “boot camps” are helping STEM attract new talent.

Despite efforts over the years to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) workforce, black, hispanic and female workers remain underrepresented, particularly in computing jobs.

“Boot camps could potentially bridge some of these gaps. About one in six (17%) boot camp graduates were employed in a STEM occupation at the time they enrolled in their boot camp. One year after graduation, this percentage nearly tripled to 48%,” says Gallup writer Julie Ray.


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