Curiosity can overcome gender bias in STEM industries

Elif Tutuk
Elif Tutuk3/8/2022 08:30 AM GMT+08  • 5 min read
Curiosity can overcome gender bias in STEM industries
Why is it important for the STEM industries to address gender inequality?
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I have always been passionate about developing and creating new things since I was a kid, and this continued to become an integral part of my life. I still recall how thrilled I was to be the first girl in class to write my very own computer programme successfully. There was this irreplaceable sense of satisfaction seeing my ideas come to life.

Frankly, I was never afraid of stepping into the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) industry because of my gender. I knew that nothing could stop me from pursuing my dream as long as I remained curious, driven, and open-minded, especially to new challenges. So, I kept learning and working hard to expand my knowledge and skills.

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