Women in STEM:

B. Oliseneku, stem professional

Author by: Bridget Oliseneku

Breaking Barriers for Women to Better Shape the Future

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Hey, with the world changing at an unprecedented pace, do you ever wonder if women can excel in STEM careers and play a crucial role in shaping the future? Let’s explore this, Are STEM careers for women, in a time when breaking barriers and shaping the future is more crucial than ever? Welcome to the artificial general intelligence age (AGI). As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2024, it is important to acknowledge the significant strides made by women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Over the years, there has been a notable shift in career offerings and opportunities for women in STEM, but there is still much to encourage more women to pursue these fields.Read More

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Encouraging More Women into STEM Careers

Despite some progress, gender inequality persists in STEM careers. It is high time to take assertive actions to encourage more women to pursue these fields. To achieve this goal, several crucial changes need to be implemented for a more equitable future.Read More

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Insights into the Job Market

The job market for women in STEM is evolving, presenting both challenges and opportunities. Or not, could these challenges be opportunities that need to be explored in depth? While there is a growing demand for skilled professionals in these fields, women continue to face certain barriers:Read More

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B. Johnson Oliseneku is a writer, author, and expert in African cuisine. A STEM Ambassador with a healthcare background and a passion for delivering insightful content that educates and inspires readers worldwide. She writes about technology, and food anecdotes and objectively critiques food appropriately, especially in her travels.