The real solution is for Taxi's to charge reasonable rates and to stop trying to nickle and dime each customer to the point that it makes no sense.
In my Engineering programs, I took two of them, the total number females compared to males who graduated was 2 females ( across both programs ) and 60 males, so assuming the 60% talent margin, that means only 1 of those females was worth anyone's time. That doesn't make the companies who didn't the hire the other girl sexist it just makes them honest. Just because you took a post secondary degree, does not mean you deserve a job, you need to also boaster the talent to back yourself and that is what a lot of people are missing.
Very few women actually enroll in Computer Science / Engineering Programs, as a result this means that the talent pool from which to hire from contains less females vs males. This doesn't mean that big commons don't want to hire women, it just means that there aren't a lot of qualified women pick from.
verb: correlate; 3rd person present: correlates; past tense: correlated; past participle: correlated; gerund or present participle: correlating
have a mutual relationship or connection, in which one thing affects or depends on another. "the study found that success in the educational system correlates highly with class" synonyms: correspond to/with, match, parallel, agree with, tally with, tie in with, be consistent with, be compatible with, be consonant with, coordinate with, dovetail (with), relate to, conform to; More informalsquare with, jibe with "postal codes correlate with geographic location" antonyms: contrast establish a mutual relationship or connection between. "we should correlate general trends in public opinion with trends in the content of television news" synonyms: connect, analogize, associate, relate, compare, set side by side "we can correlate good health and physical fitness"
noun: correlate; plural noun: correlates
each of two or more related or complementary things. "strategies to promote health should pay greater attention to financial hardship and other correlates of poverty"
mid 17th century (as a noun): back-formation from correlation and correlative.
So I'm still not wrong.
I want all of those kids writing a program in bash, with sed and awk, that imports COBOL databases and parses data into logfile that grepped by cron and email with sendmail to the teachers!