Woman Engineer Magazine has ranked TI No. 38 on its 21st-annual “Top 50 Employers” list.
The publication asked readers to name the employers, both in the private and public sectors, for whom they would most like to work or that they believe would provide a positive working environment for women.
"Being named to this list is significant because it is based on a survey of more than 56,000 readers," said Steve Lyle, TI's director of Education, Workforce Development and Diversity.
"Given that only 20 percent of U.S. engineering graduates are women, and there are only about 11 percent in the current U.S. workforce, this type of recognition helps to continue to attract much needed talent to TI."
Employers were listed according to the frequency they were cited by respondents. TI's ranking will appear in the magazine's spring edition.
Woman Engineer is a career-guidance and recruitment magazine offered at no charge to qualified women engineering, computer science and information technology students and professionals seeking employment and advancement opportunities in their careers.
The magazine says it is regularly read by 56,088 student, entry-level and professional women engineers. It also goes to all 296 accredited engineering schools at the university placement offices, and to all related student and professional associations and societies.
Learn more on the publication's website.
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