Mapping Gender Equality in STEM from School to Work Report

A journey in 17 charts


The future of work is changing. Existing jobs are being modified and new ones are emerging at the frontiers of our economies, which require knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). At the same time, millions of children and young people aren't developing the skills they need to effectively participate in society. Girls, in particular, are missing out on the skills they will need throughout their lives and to become more effective citizens and changemakers — skills which quality STEM education can cultivate, like thinking laterally, problem solving and innovating.

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