Our latest Research: Women in STEM
Inequality still exists despite all the focus on (and investment in) encouraging more women to work in STEM disciplines. Numerous recent studies have attempted to identify the primary causes of the issue, such as the lack of pipelines for women in grade school and higher education, biases in the workplace and in the classroom that lead to higher attrition rates, or even the different career choices that men and women make in the STEM fields that contribute to inequalities.
The views, career objectives, and aspirations of college women who intend to work in STEM professions are examined in new research from Universum. It gives companies concrete actions they can take to recruit more competent women, make sure those who do so are more likely to stay in their positions, and advance toward gender parity.
Topics covered include the following:
- Which industries do women seek out?
- What do women in STEM seek in future employers?
- Gender pay gap in STEM – does it still exist?
- Disparities in STEM education: Dissecting the data
- And much more!
Download your Copy of the Women In STEM eBook today!
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