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Leaders, educators help engineer future workforce
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'Women earn 20 percent of all bachelor degrees in physics, engineering and computer science.
2018 workforce projections show 9 of 10 of the fastest growing occupations that mandate bachelor degrees require significant scientific or mathematical training.
Science and engineering occupations are predicted to grow faster than the average rate of all other occupations, and some of the largest increases will be in engineering and computer-related fields.
Sources: American Association of University Women 2010 “Why so Few” report; The National Science Foundation; and the U.S. Department of Labor
“Engineers design things people use daily — including buildings, bridges, computers, cars, wheelchairs and X-ray machines. When women are not involved in the design of these products, needs of women may be overlooked. Consider some of the early voice-recognition systems; they were calibrated to typical male voices. Women’s voices were unheard.
...A group of mostly male engineers tailored the first generation of automobile airbags to adult male bodies, resulting in deaths of women and children.” — AAUW 2010 “Why So Few” report.
Sources: American Association of University Women 2010 “Why so Few” report; The National Science Foundation; and the U.S. Department of Labor'
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