In hiring, men are much more likely to get a job than women are. Men make more money than women do, even though they both have the same qualifications. Although in the last 10 to 15 years, women have gradually closed the gaps. In 1974, 14 to 25% of women earned bachelor degrees in computer and mathematical science. While in 1989, the women that earned the same degrees were 33 to 37% of the graduates. Hiring, promotion, and salaries are the three main factors that separate men from women in the work place. In hiring, men are much more likely to get a job than women are. The goal of providing better education for women does not mean neglecting or suppressing men. By placing men and women on an equal level, the relatively increased valuing of women will also benefit men by informing them of the strengths, capabilities and contributions of members of the opposite sex.