U.S. universities are graduating more engineers, but the percentage of women remains low
Young people seem to be getting the message that engineering offers opportunity: 84,000 U.S. students graduated from universities in 2012 with engineering degrees. That is up 12% from 73,000 just six years ago, according to the National Academies. And despite the downturn in the economy and in federal spending, the aerospace and defense industry continues to provide at least some of that opportunity. But one statistic is still gnawing at the people who work so hard to attract young ...
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