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The 5 Biases Pushing Women Out of STEM

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The 5 Biases Pushing Women Out of STEM

  1. 1. PERCENT OF U. S. WOMEN IN STEM WHO REPORT. .. having to provide 3 that colleagues 3 that at work, they E that women 2 they’ve been more evidence of E have suggested § find themselves E in their work E mistaken for competence than i they should work i pressured to play i environments § either adminis- others to prove § fewer hours after § a stereotypically § support one § trative or themselves. g having children. g feminine role. * g another. g custodial staff. 7 7°/ o 79 77 65 54 53 g g g 56 71 g 2 2 2 2 43 47 2 37 2 41 36 2 2 32 2 26 2 23 2 2 23 Isl I I 2:: 2— 2 2 *SUCH AS “OFFICE MOTHER” OR “DUTIFUL DAUGHTER. ” SOURCE JOAN C. WILLIAMS, KATHERINE W. PHILLIPS, AND ERIKA V. HALL HBR. ORG

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