Why are there no women in my computer science classes at college?
Why, when I worked at Microsoft and DuPont, were there plenty of female managers but nearly no female developers around?
Why are they not choosing a major where more people are retiring from the workforce than graduating, meaning not only are there jobs, but employers are willing to fight for you to work for *them* instead of someone else?
There were plenty of females in my organic chemistry classes. And I'm finishing a math minor... there are more females in the most advanced math classes at the university than in the entry level programming classes. Math isn't easier than computer science, they're essentially the same in many ways. The jobs you can get with a degree in mathematics... analysts, statisticians... are they more interesting than being a software developer or engineer?
Things seem to be getting worse. What's causing this gender gap?