The number of women in A&D has stalled in the past decade
Despite efforts by industry and educational institutions to cultivate young women's interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), things have not changed much since 2001, at least not on paper. Women still represent less than a quarter of the aerospace and defense (A&D) workforce and only make up a small fraction of engineers. There is a brighter side of the story, however. The pipeline for women executives appears to be filling, and more women are in leadership ...
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