The Boston Consulting Group Releases "Overview of Women's Status in Science"

 Without the negative gender stereotypes around science, the world would benefit from 300,000 additional doctors in science annually, according to the Boston Consulting Group's (BCG) recent report, which explores the vast underrepresentation of women in scientific professions. Data from 14 countries was compiled by BCG to determine at which points in their educational and career paths women veer away from science. The executive summary states "Overall today, a girl graduating from high school has in average a 35% probability to enroll in a scientific Bachelor, a 18% probability to graduate Bachelor, a 8% probability to graduate Master and a 2% probability to be a science Doctor."

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