STEM degrees are the way to go

July 10, 2014

A lot of students don’t realize how many benefits they could receive from studying STEM, such as higher pay, more job openings, and the satisfaction from learning so much.

With all of the job openings and financial success that STEM careers hold, it is a surprise that more students aren’t being drawn in to study STEM subjects. The question thus becomes, what is the secret to reeling in students to become interested in STEM? I think the answer is encouraging students to keep going with STEM even if it seems like a futile and long process.

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