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Study: STEM faculty hiring trend shows advantage for female candidates

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

If both a male and female candidate are equally qualified -- and highly qualified -- for a tenure-track faculty position in a science, technology, engineering or math field at a U.S. college or university, the woman is twice as likely to be hired as the man, a new study finds. Researchers did not study possible reasons for the outcome, but speculated that women may be faring better due to heightened awareness of the need for diversity in STEM faculty, among other things. ScienceMag.org (04/13)


Report highlights career paths slated for growth

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015

Study: U.S. workforce is older, more diverse

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 01, 2015

Report: New England poised for advanced manufacturing boom

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015

Ford will develop technology to meet needs of future drivers

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 08, 2015

Look past resumes to modernize your branding

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 08, 2015

Why all job seekers should have a master resume

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 01, 2015

Manufacturing industry shifts toward high-tech advances

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 08, 2015

How to boost your salary throughout your career

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015

10 colleges sign on to engage freshmen in STEM

ATMAE SmartBrief | Apr 01, 2015


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