(MEDICAL NEWS) – Many technology studies are strongly male-dominated, which shows up in the labor market afterwards and is one of several reasons why women on average earn less than men.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has worked purposefully and over time to recruit more women to both choose and complete their education in a technology field.
"Long-term measures like this work. More women choose to study technology subjects when we actively encourage it over time," says Line Berg, long-time leader of the Ada Project and now head of Innovation and Infrastructure at Trondheim Tech Port.
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