Although the numbers do not give me the reason, I have always been optimistic in relation to the number of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). The statistics indicate that this reached a maximum in the 90 (1991, according to some sources) and has not been able to overcome since then.
Despite the statistics, I have always believed that this number would increase rapidly and that, in a short period of time, women would be on an equal footing with men. To sustain it, I based myself on the fact that science and technology are increasingly present in more areas of our lives.
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