Frat-boy culture discourages many women from STEM jobs

08/19/2014 | ERE.net

Recruiter Trena Luong and business expert John Sullivan researched the factors that restrict the recruiting of qualified women into science, technology, engineering or mathematics job at high-tech firms. An unfriendly, male-dominated corporate culture that objectifies women and biases in the hiring process are among the barriers identified and described in this two-part series.

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