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'Who is the Next Generation of Scientists?' Poster Analyzes Orientation

 - Apr 25, 2012
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A constant debate among humankind is the intelligence levels of males versus females and the 'Who is the Next Generation of Scientists?' infographic officially documents it.

It depicts the strengths of men and women in various topics that have presented themselves recently within the scientific world. It is depicted that a higher percentage of women over 25 years of age hold secondary education degrees when compared to men in the same age group.

The infographic uses an atomic representation to show the different types of STEM degrees and shows the percentage of men and women who hold such degrees. By understanding such useful information, employers and even students can begin to weigh options in terms of employment and their desired paths to success.