The U.S. Census Bureau reports:
Women, Black and Hispanic workers have historically been underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) occupations. While, White men and Asians have been overrepresented within STEM. The research into STEM occupations often does not look at the intersectionality of sex, race, and Hispanic origin. Do racial and Hispanic minority women have the same pathways into STEM as White women? This study uses the 2012-2016 5-year American Community Survey to describe the demographic and labor force characteristics of the STEM workforce and workers with science and engineering bachelor’s degrees.
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