What interesting points could I explore in an English presentation on ’Women in STEM jobs’?
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There are a lot of psychological arguments to be made about this problem. Exploring things like personality traits, who are more likely statically to have these traits and how these traits manifest in behaviour is a very interesting line to take https://digest.bps.org.uk/2018/03/14/investigating-the-stem-gender-equality-paradox-in-fairer-societies-fewer-women-enter-science/
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Hey! This is a great question, you might be able to find some interesting facts out using these resources: https://www.wisecampaign.org.uk/statistics/women-in-stem-workforce-2017/ https://digileaders.com/5-barriers-women-face-stem/
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