The tech industry has gained a reputation in recent years for offering generous benefits, particularly those aimed at helping workers achieve a better work/life balance. Lengthy (or unlimited) vacation, flexible scheduling and paid parental leave are all examples of benefits major Silicon Valley firms have championed as a way to attract and retain top talent.

So it's hardly surprising that a new study finds tech firms are much more likely than other employers to offer in vitro benefits to employees struggling to get pregnant.

The report by FertilityIQ, which studies fertility services, finds the average fertility benefit offered by tech firms is 35 percent higher than those offered by other employers.

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