Gender gaps in journalism classes and newsrooms concern students

Take a look at a typical classroom at the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications, and one fact becomes obvious: girls rule.

Women, in fact, made up almost 75% of total student enrollment in the journalism school during the Fall 2013 semester — and UF isn’t an exception. Women made up two-thirds of the student body enrolled in bachelors and masters degree programs during the fall 2013 semester, according to the 2013 Annual Survey of Journalism and Mass Communication Enrollment, the latest year available for the data.

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Picture credit: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin

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