The study on What Kids In 2015 What To Be When They Grow Up draws from an original online survey of nearly 500 kids across the country. Outreach was conducted by Fatherly as well as a coalition of national and local parenting organizations including Care.com, Noodle and 826 and City Dads Group. Additional support for the research and analysis was provided by PlayScience.
Gender Roles & Occupations: A Look at Character Attributes and Job-Related Aspirations in Film and Television via The Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media
The Condition of STEM 2015 via ACT
TED Youth Made In The Future via TED
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