SWE 1993 Study of Engineers

In 1993, SWE released a report on a survey of a random sample of more than half a million American engineers who were members of one or more of 22 major professional or technical societies. This national survey of women and men engineers was groundbreaking in it scope and its focus on gender differences in engineering. The 1993 study of engineers report authors discovered that, in some respects, women in engineering begin their careers at parity with men, but inequities in pay, employment status, and career advancement appear over time.

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