Benefits of studying STEM

“People who understand science and technology are smarter, more competitive, more productive, and more engaged global citizens who make more informed decisions about health and safety, are better able to participate in public policy decisions and debates, manage daily lives that increasingly rely on technology, and find solutions for challenges that face our global population,” the infographic says.

That pretty much tells it all when it comes to STEM. Read on to learn more about STEM and it’s future in the U.S.

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