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Despite earning nearly 60% of the Bachelor’s degrees awarded by U.S. institutions, female graduates still lag behind men when it comes to STEM degrees. Women make up less than half of Bachelor’s degrees in STEM, and that percentage drops further for degrees like computer and information sciences and engineering. After graduation, women fill half of all U.S. jobs, but hold only 27% of STEM positions.
As job opportunities in STEM fields continue to grow, it’s more important than ever that women feel supported in their education and confident in pursuing a future STEM career. Women’s colleges are uniquely positioned to
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