The demand for STEM positions has outpaced the amount of STEM graduates from U.S. schools. A recent study conducted by Burning Glass Technologies found that there were 2.5 million job postings for STEM entry-level positions requiring a bachelor's degree in 2013. In addition, the study read that there are 4 million job openings for computer workers on average every year, yet only approximately 40,000 computer-science bachelor's degree graduates annually...
Register to view the full article
By registering on Machine Design now you’ll not only gain access to premium content, you’ll also become part of a robust engineering community – PLUS - you gain access to the 2016 Salary & Career Report results.
Joining the Machine Design community also allows you to:
Become a member of an exclusive group of Engineers
Share your insights by commenting on articles and blogs
Network with Engineers from around the globe and much more