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शुक्रवार, 11 अगस्त 2017

How do we get more women in tech?

How do we get more women in tech?
- Countless studies have been done to try and figure out the answer. One is a 2009 thesis published in Psychological Bulletin that, perhaps controversially, concludes that women prefer to work with people while men favour working with "things" (Men and Things, Women and People).
Another is Professor Margaret Rossiter's concept that women feel there is less support for them in the male-dominated field of STEM, and they gravitate towards areas that are traditionally believed to be more female-friendly like education and nursing.