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From: Daily Mail

It’s true: Women ARE worse with technology – but only because they’re not interested

Daily Mail:

Why do females score worse in technology tests at school?

Researchers have been puzzled by the fact that males score better on technical tests – but do no better in the workplace.

Researchers at the University of Iowa found that the difference in performance in technical tests wasn’t related to intelligence – and it had no impact on job performance.

Young women simply aren’t interested in the tests, but can adapt to the same skills if required for a job.

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