“What is the most important issue facing women today?”

Rahul Gupta

“I think one of the issues is that they should be encouraged to take up STEM courses such as engineering and computer science.”

— Rahul Gupta

Supply chain

management senior

Edward Villarreal

“I think representation within politics. It’s generally a white, male, Christian demographic and there’s very little representation of anybody else whether it’s women, Hispanics, Asians or blacks, and I think that is a pressing concern.”

— Edward Villareal

ATEC senior

Brieann Kelton

“I think it’s the whole wage equality, like how there are a lot of women who are just as equally skilled and have just the same qualifications and they don’t get paid the same like a man does.”

— Brieann Kelton

Criminology Senior


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Esther

Shouldn’t there be more women’s answers than men’s on an issue like this?

Erick Bruno

So, let’s force women to take subjects that they don’t want to do! That’s because everyone else knows better and women can’t decide for themselves. Do we see what’s wrong with this thinking? Men and women are different. Men have a tendency to go towards the STEM related fields and women go towards the social or liberal art majors. The careers pay scales are higher in STEM vice liberal art majors. For example, teaching does not pay as well as electrical engineering. There is a tendency for women to go towards teaching and other social service careers. There is also… Read more »