View Pew Research Center Releases New Reports on the STEM Workforce

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The Center today has released two major reports on STEM accompanied with rich datasets.

7 facts about the STEM workforce (Executive Summary)

A new Pew Research Center analysis (full paper) of U.S. Census Bureau data takes a broad-based look at the STEM workforce from 1990 to 2016 based on an analysis of adults ages 25 and older working in any of 74 occupations. These include computer, math, engineering and architecture occupations, physical scientists, life scientists and health-related occupations such as health care practitioners and technicians, but not health care support workers such as nursing aides and medical assistants

Detailed Tables

Women and Men in STEM Often at Odds over Workplace Equity

Perceived inequities are especially common among women in science, technology, engineering and math jobs who work mostly with men