Why are there fewer women in engineering?

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Why are there fewer women in engineering?

Changing the stereotypes around engineering to encourage more women to take up jobs in the field is a challenge. 

But Laura Birtwell of the UK Women’s Network, CHM2, said more needs to be done to encourage females into the industry.

She was joined Lettie Todd, assistant design engineer with Network Rail to discuss women in engineering. 

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