Study examines gender differences in science careers

03/25/2013 | Time.com

More women than men have high aptitudes in both language and mathematics, but fewer choose a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, according to a study of 1,500 college-bound students. The study, published in Psychological Science, found that cultural stereotypes may discourage women from pursing STEM careers, and their multiple aptitudes may lead them to better opportunities in other fields.

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