Why are women underrepresented in certain fields, and why do they have less interest in certain careers? Society could be to blame.
choosing a career
Responding to popular protests, mistreating women, and acknowledging a growth culture are being hastily added to business curricula in the US.
There’s more to equality than the number of women promoted in technology-related careers or companies; end sexism.
Coloring can help relieve stress & make people feel better; art therapists help patients build relationships & grow internally.
Some appreciation for the nuance of attraction is required as we hear about case after case of powerful men taking advantage of women.
#MeToo has led to the outing of powerful men who have clearly abused and harassed women. Some people look more long-term.
Are too few women going into STEM fields because too few girls are aware of opportunities in STEM? Or is there more going on?
A world-renowned choir college in N.J. may become homeless after it is sold to a firm that specializes in for-profit K-12 schools internationally.
Career and technical education programs in high school are great: they serve a focused need for vocational training. Don’t stop there.
Is there a shortage of girls going into STEM-related careers? Maybe there was at one point, but it has largely disappeared these days.