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There is no standard definition of a STEM occupation.
For the purposes of this Quick Take, STEM incorporates professional and technical support occupations in the areas of life and physical sciences, computer science and mathematics, and engineering.
Averaged across regions, women accounted for less than a third (28.8%) of those employed in scientific research and development (R&D) across the world in 2014.2 Women who start out in business roles in tech-intensive industries leave for other industries at high rates—53% of women, compared to 31% of men.5 Leave rates for women in science, engineering, and technology (SET) peak about 10 years into their careers.6 Work experiences impact women’s decisions to leave.
Isolation, hostile male-dominated work environments, ineffective executive feedback, and a lack of effective sponsors are factors pushing women to leave SET jobs.7 Women with technology experience may have an advantage in the boardroom.
Haha…I see it as just a joke = = Some definitely make some sense…though if women saw this they probably would be very unhappy…Some of it is different circumstances, some things result from different traditions and culture…society is the key, and actually women are innocent…Everyone knows that China is a “large denominator” country, so, I am willing to say, China has more good women than any country in the world; At the same time, China’s also has the most bad women in the world. A friend found a Japanese girlfriend, and he said that in less than 3 days, she had already said “I love you” and established their relationship.
Then pretty much every night thereafter, the girl has “special requests”, truly has a big appetite…While it is true that Chinese women have relatively more shortcomings, Japanese women are far from perfect.
In the EU-28, women were just 32.2% of those employed in high-tech manufacturing and knowledge-intensive high-tech services in 2016.32 Women made up less than one-quarter (24%) of those employed in STEM occupations in 2015.45 A substantial gender gap in engineering and computer occupations contributes to women’s overall underrepresentation in STEM.46 “STEM” refers to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.