The gender wage gap is not misleading

For example, it’s true that not as many women choose to become mathematicians versus, say, high school math teachers. But is this really an independently made choice that young women take? Or is it socialized choice?

As the father of two girls, I’m always interested in what we as society and the communities we are part of signal to our children – especially when they are growing up. As the Cathy O’Neill, aka mathbabe looks at the gender wage gap (in the US) it presents a glass half full picture. Read the full article here  The gender wage gap is not misleading

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