Masculine culture responsible for keeping women out of computer science, engineering
from The Conversation
Many science, technology, engineering and math areas now show a gender parity — women earn about half of the undergraduate degrees in biology, chemistry and mathematics. This, however, is not true of all STEM areas — women earn fewer than one out of every five of the undergraduate degrees in computer science and engineering. The failure of computer science and engineering to recruit and graduate women is incredibly costly. These disciplines often offer high-paying jobs, and men's greater participation in lucrative jobs in these fields perpetuates the gender gap in pay.
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