The following bar graph examines the number of senior male developers at three prominent software firms between 1980 and 2010: IBM, Microsoft, and Apple.
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According to the graph, Apple initially employed the greatest number of senior developers, but after 30 years, IBM hired the most number of them. According to the bar graph, IBM had senior male developers at that time at a rate of less than 3%, Microsoft had them at a rate of 8%, and Apple had them at a rate of roughly 15%.
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The proportion of senior male developers at these organizations reached a near-identical level after ten years, or in 1990, to be precise. The proportion of senior male employees at IBM peaked in 1995 and continued to rise till 2010. Eventually, in 2010, IBM had the highest percentage of these workers i.e. above 60%, followed by Microsoft with 45% and Apple with roughly 25%.
In conclusion, all three businesses saw an increase in the number of senior male developers, while IBM and Microsoft saw the fastest growth rates.