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    1. Applications Software Developers 44.12$44.12  5 Bachelor's degree Industrial Engineers 41.76$41.76  5 Bachelor's degree Market Research Analysts 31.32$31.32  5 Bachelor's degree Civil Engineers 40.20$40.20  5 Bachelor's degree Computer User Support Specialists 25.15$25.15  5 Some college, no degree Electrical Engineers 43.74$43.74  5 Bachelor's degree Mechanical Engineers 38.26$38.26  5 Bachelor's degree Computer Programmers 38.81$38.81  5 Bachelor's degree Family and General Practitioners 91.72$91.72  5 Doctoral or professional degree Industrial Engineering Technicians 24.98$24.98  5 Associate's degree Cost Estimators 29.60$29.60  4 Bachelor's degree Architectural and Engineering Managers 64.76$64.76  4 Bachelor's degree Medical Scientists 30.59$30.59  4 Doctoral or professional degree Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians 29.65$29.65  4 Associate's degree Electronics Engineers 44.54$44.54  4 Bachelor's degree Environmental Scientists 32.21$32.21  3 Bachelor's degree Natural Sciences Managers 52.25$52.25  3 Bachelor's degree Chemists 35.67$35.67  3 Bachelor's degree Dietitians and Nutritionists 29.06$29.06  3 Bachelor's degree Statisticians 41.09$41.09  3 Master's degree Economists 29.63$29.63  3 Master's degree Computer and Information Scientists 57.83$57.83  3 Doctoral or professional degree View all STEM careers.

      these are all examples of stem careers.

    1. EngineersComputer and mathematical occupationsChemists and material scientistsBiological scientists

      Here are examples of stem careers.

    1. “We analyzed data on 475,000 adolescents across 67 countries or regions and found that while boys’ and girls’ achievements in STEM subjects were broadly similar in all countries, science was more likely to be boys’ best subject,” Geary said. “Girls, even when their abilities in science equaled or excelled that of boys, often were likely to be better overall in reading comprehension, which relates to higher ability in non-STEM subjects. As a result, these girls tended to seek out other professions unrelated to STEM fields.”

      This is contradictory. First it says one thing, then another.

    2. University of Missouri and Leeds Beckett University in the United Kingdom have found that as societies become wealthier and more gender equal, women are less likely to obtain degrees in STEM.

      Why does this happen?

    3. The underrepresentation of girls and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields occurs globally.

      Global can mean many things. How global is this issue?