Friday, January 6, 2017
First, she discusses the decline of male-dominated jobs and the rise in female-dominated "nurturing" fields. While she admits that men's and women's abilities have a normal distribution, there are clearly cases where the average woman's skills exceed the average man's, and visa versa. These average differences can't be dismissed as solely from socialization, e.g. rhesus monkeys. She then questions the future employment impact of these gender tendencies.
This is one of those "what we want vs. reality" cases — if you are going to analyze a problem, you have to address it realistically, not basing it on what you want reality to be.