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However, the single women in the study downplayed their career ambitions in the answers when they were told their answers would be viewed by classmates.Instead, they said they would accept getting paid a staggering ,000 less in salary, and rated themselves as less ambitious.Women make up 24% of the STEM workforce, and although they are still paid less than their male counterparts, the pay gap between the genders in STEM fields is still less than it is on average for all workers, according to government data.
“Being in this male-dominated field, interviewing scientists who are often male, I felt this inferiority complex. I felt like I had to make more of an effort to prove myself as a woman," she said.
According to the results of this year’s Student Life Sex Survey, most Washington University students tend to date someone within the same school or division of major.
The annual survey was conducted over the past two weeks, which introduced a question regarding the academic majors of partners in relationships.
Junior engineering student Aaron Hall noted that his partner’s major didn’t make a major difference.
“My girlfriend is minoring in [computer science] but majors in finance. I don’t think being in different schools makes it harder to meet new people or be in a relationship,” Hall said.