Source: Georgetown University, African Americans College Majors & Earnings, 2016. https://cew.georgetown.edu/wp-content/uploads/AfricanAmericanMajors_2016_web.pdf
Women are more likely than men to switch out of STEM majors--32 percent vs. 26 percent .
Forty-eight percent of bachelor's degree students who entered STEM fields between 2003 and 2009 had switched to non-STEM majors or dropped out by 2009.
14 percent of U.S. Bachelor's Degrees in STEM in 2012 were awarded to people of color, even though they represent 33 percent of the college-age population. People of color received only 9 percent of Master's degrees and a mere 6 percent of doctorates.
Source: Change the Equation Vital Signs analysis of U.S. Department of Education data.