Gender Bias In 1970

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7% of the STEM workforce during 1970 were women (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). in 1990 this number raised to 23%, however, after this increase, progress was stalled. In 2011 26% of STEM jobs belonged to women, only a 3% increase over two decades. Its not that women aren't wanted or needed, many companies look for both male and female employees. The fact is that there’s gender bias standing in the way of young girls aspiring to become things like a scientist or an engineer. It has been found that this gender bias has affected research and experiment outcomes , thus limiting and damaging our health care. In order to stop this there needs to be a push to stop gender
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