#GAReads | College-Educated Women Are the Workplace Majority, but Still Don't Get Their Share

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College-Educated Women Are the Workplace Majority, but Still Don't Get Their Share”:

The 2018 report “Women Can’t Win,” published by Georgetown University, found that men with bachelor’s degrees make on average $26,000 more per year than women with the same credentials.

Women are also severely underrepresented in certain fields with higher earning potential, namely STEM fields — science, technology, math and engineering — where they account for only about 25 percent of graduates and less than 30 percent of college-educated employees.

According to a study released last month, the gender gap in computer science won’t close for 100 years, if current trends continue.

Read Maya Salam’s full article at The New York Times here…