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Male Scientists Receive Twice As Much in Funding As Their Female Peers

There’s a lot more attention these days afforded to encouraging girls and young women to pursue careers in science and technology than there used to be, and for good reason. According to recent estimates, less than 25 percent of jobs in STEM (that is, science, technology, engineering, and math) are held by women. Getting more women interested in the sciences is a worthy goal — but what happens once they actually begin those careers?


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