NewsFeed: Twitter has been a darling of the tech world for years, but the company is also facing criticism for its gender imbalance.
A lot of people are upset with the lack of women at the top of Twitter, and it’s a bit sad to see the site in the same boat.
There are more than 30,000 women working in the company right now, according to a spokesperson, and this is a growing number.
We don’t have enough people to handle all the volume of tweets.
We have women in leadership roles, but we have not enough to handle the volume, so it’s really hard for us to figure out how to handle this.
We’ve been trying to figure that out for the last year, and that’s a very difficult problem.
But we have women at all levels of our company, so that’s something that we’re trying to get better at.
Twitter is a place where people want to connect, and they want to share, and we want to help them do that.
The fact that we are still in the early days of this is really disappointing.
It’s not a perfect world.
There’s still so much more to do.
We are a place that people want and need to connect and share, so we’re going to keep trying to be a place for people to do that, but it’s still a very big problem for us.
As part of this plan, the company has created a #WomenareinCharge hashtag on its website, which people can use to share and discuss topics related to women in tech.
The hashtag has more than 40,000 followers, and Twitter is making efforts to have more women at its leadership and leadership-level positions.
Here’s what it says:We believe that a #womenareincharge hashtag is a great way to highlight the amazing diversity of women in the tech industry.
We want to inspire our industry and encourage the next generation of leaders to create the kind of world where we all feel safe and comfortable and respected.
We hope you will join us and join our #WomeninTheWorld campaign.
This is a huge step forward, said Julie Brown, CEO of Twitter.
“It’s really important to me that we have a conversation about this and how to do it better.
Twitter has a great track record of helping women.
We believe we can make this happen.
I think the most important thing we can do is make sure that we recognize this is not just a problem of tech and not just an issue of women.
The hashtag has been trending on Twitter since Thursday and has been shared more than 7 million times.