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The Latin American 'lab' where women are learning to code across the employment gap
by Whitney Eulich, Staff writer
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
3 May 2017
On 3 May 2017 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
More than 13 million young women across Latin America are neither employed nor in school. But a new model of coding education hopes to give this population skills for a well-paying career. On average, grads earn nearly three times what their salaries were before the boot camp. Some 400 women have completed the program so far, and there's a roughly 76 percent employment rate. The goal is to up those numbers to 10,000 and 85 percent, respectively, by 2020.
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