STEMtistics - Computer Science

STEMtistics - Computer Science

These graphics were produced by Change the Equation prior to Vital Signs’ transition to Education Commission of the States. For more information on Vital Signs and STEM, please click here.

The STEM workforce gender gap is not yet declining

women see no improvement since 2001


People of color remain scarce in the STEM workforce

whites asians dominate STEM workforce


The aging STEM workforce

aging stem workforce


Poor high schools offer least access to computer science classes

Access-to-CS-highest-poverty-schools


Complex Computer Skills

rewards of complex computer skills


High School Students Enjoy Computer Science

high school students enjoy computer science


Women in Computing Shift to Bachelor's & Above

women in computing shift to bachelors and above


Women & Computing Credentials

female computer science degrees below bachelors plummet


Women & Computing Degrees

female male cs degrees


Unemployment Lower in Computer Science & Engineering

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African Americans & Computer Science Degrees

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