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This week tech giant Apple said it would hire security employees to work full-time for the company, instead of contracting their work through outside firms.

It’s a move that could start to calm tensions in Silicon Valley over the widening pay gap between service employees and tech employees in the one of the most expensive areas in the country.

NPR Digital Culture Correspondent Laura Sydell speaks with Here & Now's Robin Young about Apple’s announcement this week, and a growing shift in thinking about pay inequality at tech firms in California.

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This segment aired on March 6, 2015.

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