Another Country Heard From

Family is the number one reason for women leaving academia

Their data, taken from extensive surveys of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers within the University of California system, shows that work-life issues, and particularly decisions about when to get married and when to have children, account for the most significant loss of academic scientists in the pipeline between PhD and tenured positions.

“The leak is almost entirely, or least due primarily to family formation,”

I shall now duck and cover.