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Sure, one can consider other examples. I think the question is more important to understand in cases where the gap is bigger. In some areas of STEM we are not talking about just 10% difference, but way higher numbers (see for example here). It would also be interesting to figure out why some other areas have so few male students.






The main influence for choice of major are (in this order) student themselves, parent, HS teacher.
Shockingly career earnings/goals aren't a factor.
http://stepup.education.illinois.edu/sites/default/files/GenerationMe.pdf
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