Stereotypes prevent women in building a successful career scientists

American scientists have found a rather interesting fact. It turns out that the presence of women typical stereotypes - this is the main reason for the lack of career advancement. Flimsy stereotypes hinder the education of the female sex. So, women are less likely to undertake the study of the exact Sciences (mathematics, engineering, physics, and engineering).

Such a conclusion was made by scientists after the analysis of a huge number of interviews collected from various jobs. In addition, research has shown that women with good education and knowledge are denied work more often than men. It is likely that it is also associated with the prejudices of employers in relation to the weaker sex.

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