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Frequently asked questions
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About our community
The Tech Ladies community has 120,000+ members around the world. We're proud to be able to call ourselves the largest community for women in tech!
Most of our members (about 80%) are based in the US. We also have 10,000 in Canada (our largest hub there is Toronto), 5,000 in Europe (our largest hub there is the UK!), and another 5,000 spread throughout Latin America, Africa, and APAC.
We have the largest presence in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington DC, but we have a substantial number of Tech Ladies in nearly every mid-sized city.
More than 60% of our members are looking for a new role at any given time. Of those, over 25% are actively applying and interviewing. That’s a huge amount of visibility for your open roles!
We don’t ask our members to share their race or ethnicity on signup but 50% of our members self-identified as a women of color in our most recent annual survey.
Over 65% members are in technical roles. Our biggest specialities are Engineering and Product, followed by Design and Marketing.
About our partnerships
Yes! We would love to ensure that your job postings are as effective as possible and likely to resonate with our members.
We offer these reviews as an add-on to your partnership. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
No, but we highly encourage it. Studies show that pay transparency reduces the gender and racial pay gaps. And many states actually do require it!
We’ve also found that job postings with information about salary and benefits get 10x as many applications.
It varies! Our members care about your company as much as they do about the role. Your product/service, mission, and culture play a big part in helping them decide whether to apply! As does the type of role, the requirements in your job posting, whether you’re transparent about salary, and even how long you have the job posted.
You can check out our Success Stories to see the types of roles and companies that have found success with Tech Ladies. If you're using an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), you will be able to link it to our platform so that you can always see how our members are progressing through your hiring pipeline.
We’ve found that this largely depends on you. It depends on your company’s hiring process and how quickly you can move candidates through each stage.
In general, we recommend that companies leave their job postings up for 30-60 days to maximize the number of applicants, and we’ve found that most candidates are eager to jump on a call right away.
Our partners generally make a couple hires during their tenure with us, but that can vary depending on the type of company, the roles they’re hiring, how many open roles they have, where they are located… and a lot more!
We design custom partnerships for every partner so we can work backwards from your goals and include the right amount of postings, sourcing, and promotion to help you reach them.