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Skaneateles eighth grader Emily Norris, right, talks with Dr. Julie Shimer, CEO of Welch Allyn, about women in STEM careers after Shimer's talk at the AAUW meeting on Oct. 28.

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Residents, students hear Shimer talk about women in S.T.E.M.

The number of women who work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields in the U.S. is discouragingly low, and yet the jobs and opportunities in the fields abound, the salaries are high and there is a typically smaller gender pay gap.


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