“The new high-tech economy is leaving women behind,” cries Ellen Smyth, president of the American Association of University Women’s Educational Foundation.
That’s hardly the case. As their study says, women have achieved parity with men in obtaining four-year college degrees. Females are simply choosing not to be part of the technology sector.
As a participant in that career area, I can’t blame them for passing it by, either. But there’s no reason to cry “Wolf!”, Ms. Smyth.