Latina Veteran Changing the Drone IndustrySeptember 29, 2017 | :
by Lili Gil Valletta
As technology becomes seamlessly integrated into every aspect of our lives, there is no question that the future of our workforce and competitiveness will depend on our love for math and science. That is why STEM, science, technology, engineering and mathematics, is a hot new topic challenging everything from the way preschool education is delivered to how public and private investments are allocated.
According to the U. S. Department of Commerce, STEM occupations are growing at 17%, while others are growing at 9.8%. However, while STEM jobs are on the rise today and tomorrow, our ability to fill the talent pipeline remains a concerning priority for our nation.
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