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(a)Avionics, and (b) Aerospace Engineering. Are these good branches for a girl student's career point of view. if yes which is one is best out of these two. thanks and regards rakesh chandra

(a)Avionics, and  (b) Aerospace Engineering. 


Are these good branches for a girl student's career point of view.


if yes which is one is best out of these two.


thanks and regards


rakesh chandra

Grade:10

1 Answers

Avinash
askIITians Faculty 1246 Points
5 years ago
Diversity in technology and engineering companies has become a sticking point for many critics of these industries, where women are traditionally underrepresented. Aerospace is no exception. Even just a few years ago, only11.3 percent of aerospace engineerswere female. Just last year women accounted for only19 percent of the new college graduates with engineering degrees. [Women-in-Engineering-Avionics-Blog]

But with more than3,500 open jobs in the field of aviation and defense, and nearly a third of those in aerospace engineering, opportunities abound for women in STEM to step in and become the future of aviation.

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