Women in Engineering
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This paper explores how gender roles have eroded significantly in the last few decades giving women more opportunities to succeed in a wider range of careers. In particular, the paper focuses on engineering. The writer describes the "glass ceiling" and how that is also changing. Also considered are differing views regarding women specifically in engineering. The writer concludes that although women lag behind men in terms of numbers in the engineering, this is likely to change, as more women graduate with advanced degrees in this field.
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Women in Engineering (2007, May 15) Retrieved December 09, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/women-in-engineering-95071/
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