Gender Inequality

In countries with higher gender equality, women are less likely to get STEM degrees

A 'gender-equality paradox'. Image: REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

Jeff Sossamon

Research News Strategist, University of Missouri

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STEM facts on women and girls Image: Fortune
Number of female STEM graduates and their Global Gender Gap Index (y-axis), a measure of opportunities for women Image: Psychological Science via The Atlantic

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