What can we do to encourage more women to get into a computer related field?
Women need to be told to be women again. They should be home looking pretty, making babies, cooking, and cleaning.
>inb4 some whiteknight cuck or buttmad women comes in
It probably would be better because:
1. It creates jobs that were done by women.
2. Raises the population and helps to fight off sandniggers.
3. Would help to reestablish people as community and not people as selfish individuals as they talk and have a relationship with their mother instead of the kindergarten.
Have you tried to find a job recently? There are so many people looking that retarded shit like the question in the OP is being taken seriously.
Remove women from the workforce and all the men who got passed over will fill the positions naturally while they're at home raising the next generation and probably fucking the Amazon delivery guy on the side.
The feminist agenda has made life worse for us all.
>increased competition in the work force, men actually need jobs to be accepted by society, women just need to look pretty. Women taking jobs away from men leads to increased crime rates and social instability.
>dual income families are now mandatory, women joined the work force but men weren't allowed to leave it so now both parents work and strangers raise our children
>feminists perpetuate the lie that women can have healthy babies on their 30s and 40s when the reality is that women who give birth after the age of 25 begin to exponentially increase the likelihood of autism and other birth defects
Enjoy your blue haired rad fem dyke civil union relationships and your autistic children you cucks.
How many dicks did she suck to get that job? She should be at home raising her children instead of being a corporate whore.
You don't get it. The excess of labour to jobs causes wages to be low, and if that changes, wages will skyrocket, cutting into the capitalist pigdog's bottom lines.
It'll turn the labour pool into a worker's market, causing a fucking economic disaster for my swiss bank account
And the real arguments will contain: If wages increase because women stay at home, it means jobs will be outsourced more to china and indians.
Americans need to be competitive with chinese wages if they want economic prosperity.
Yes goys, I mean guys, sacrificed yourself for the economy, so I can buy another yacht I mean help people with capitalism.
>but anon, meritocracy is problematic
Feminists hate meritocracy because they know they can't compete by merit alone.
>Anyone who isn't a frothing-at-the-mouth crazed MRA is a white knight
How fucking retarded can you get
Feminism will come up whenever the arguments against merit based systems appear.
To justify female failure in merit based systems, they have to invent feminists things like sexism and patriarchies to explain the discrepancy without being contradictory. For example; without sexism then pro-women things to get women coding implies that women need the extra support because they're worse at it.
The dumbassery in this thread is pretty much why computer fields are male dominated
What female wants to join the field and deal with this much gender insecurity and all-around idiocy
could you make it any more obvious that you're samefagging you faggot?
>pic related it's you
If they don't want to go into that field then let them go wherever they want.
Sure feminists bitch about "muh wage gap" and "STEM and computer-related fields are sexist" but in reality they could have any job they want so long as they took the time to gain the necessary qualifications and skills.
nobody should be encouraged to do anything. if a woman wants to be a computer scientist, let her. if a woman wants to be a navy seal, let her. but for the love of cock, just don't have gender-specific requirements. let the best man/woman do the job.
As far as I'm concerned, that only thing you need to be a good programmer is a sufficient amount of autism. Men are inherently more autistic.
>What can we do to encourage more women to get into a computer related field?
Nothing. Stop saying shit like this and they will automatically assimilate, if you keep considering women as some special human beings who need to be spoon feeded they will never assimilate to the terch industry, see all the bull shit that happens when you try to forcefully assimilate them.
Who is interested will find a way themselves, who isn't interested just LET IT GO.
Each has its own preference/hobby/etc. You can't convince someone to do something they do not enjoy.
>They should be home looking pretty, making babies, cooking, and cleaning.
Are you retarded?
They can if they want.
Why is it always the women's studies majors who complain about not enough women in STEM fields?
What don't you understand about equality of opportunity not resulting in equality of outcome?
>It is common knowledge: As women get older, pregnancy becomes a riskier enterprise. Advanced maternal age is linked to a number of developmental disorders in children, such as Down's syndrome. Now, a study has confirmed that older mothers are more likely to give birth to a child with autism, too.
The authors of the epidemiological study, published February 8 in Autism Research, examined the parental age of more than 12,000 children with autism and nearly five million "control" children between 1990 and 1999, all living in California. The researchers found that mothers over 40 had a 51 percent higher risk of having a child with autism than mothers 25 to 29, and a 77 percent higher risk than mothers under 25.
>let the best man/woman do the job.
Although to be honest, I don't think this has ever been the case in any place I've worked at. The person who gets the job is never the BEST person who applied, but usually the person who gets there because they have more years there, have a better relationship with the higher ups, or some other boon that is really totally unrelated to their ability to actually do the job better than everyone else.
>Although to be honest, I don't think this has ever been the case in any place I've worked at.
Or perhaps your definition of
>best person for the job
differs from the higher ups'.
We're on 4chan, so I'll just go ahead and assume that you believe interpersonal skills are irrelevant in IT/SE jobs.
>protip: that is not true