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Gen Z women want to learn more STEM, innovative tech

A new survey reveals how male and female students feel about the future of work and their STEM learning

Female students say they feel less equipped to tackle future careers because they haven’t necessarily learned about the new technologies shaping those future career fields, according to a new survey.

The Quizlet survey polled more than 1,000 Americans between the ages of 13 and 24 to ask them about their familiarity with the future of work and how they are learning about it in school.

The good news is that 95 percent of students know about the future of work and why it is important and relevant to their learning. But the survey also reveals some troubling differences between what male and female students know and wish they could learn.

Next page: How many female students said they wanted to learn more about innovative technologies?

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