Infographic: The STEM dilemma is growing

July 1, 2014

With the demand for professionals in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math growing, it becomes even more important that the U.S. step up to the plate and deliver.

With the U.S. sadly lagging behind a host of other countries in the STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) fields, the STEM dilemma slowly grows. Not only that but the workforce is also demanding for more people proficient in the STEM fields to deliver the knowledge companies need. With that, it becomes clear that the United States can’t afford to wait any longer to go full-out supporting STEM.

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