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per cent of en­gi­neers in Aus­tralia are women and more than

per cent of fe­male en­gi­neers are un­der 30 years.

per cent of fe­male en­gi­neers are aged over 40.

The av­er­age en­rol­ment rate of women in en­gi­neer­ing de­grees in Aus­tralia has been per cent of to­tal en­rol­ments for the past 20 years.

Less than per cent of all in­for­ma­tion and com­mu­ni­ca­tions technology em­ploy­ees are women.

per cent of women are en­rolled in ICT de­grees in Aus­tralia.

En­rol­ments and em­ploy­ees in ICT has fallen and fe­male em­ploy­ees in the sec­tor earn, on av­er­age, per cent of their male coun­ter­parts.

Fe­male stu­dents out­num­ber males in chem­istry and bi­o­log­i­cal sci­ences but are out­num­bered in earth sci­ences and physics.

The num­ber of fe­male sci­ence stu­dents at uni­ver­sity has in­creased about per cent in the past 15 years.

per cent of nat­u­ral and phys­i­cal sci­en­tists are women.

per cent of fe­male sci­en­tists are em­ployed as full-time sci­ence pro­fes­sion­als com­pared with cent of male sci­en­tists.

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