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Management article
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Reference no. F0806A
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: "Harvard Business Review - Forethought", 2008
Revision date: 4-Feb-2013
Length: 4 pages

Abstract

A new study reveals that US companies face a troubling brain drain: Fifty-two percent of female scientists, engineers, and technologists abandon their chosen professions. If companies understand why women drop out, however, they can create targeted interventions and head off a talent shortage.

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Abstract

A new study reveals that US companies face a troubling brain drain: Fifty-two percent of female scientists, engineers, and technologists abandon their chosen professions. If companies understand why women drop out, however, they can create targeted interventions and head off a talent shortage.

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