Jobs in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are growing at twice the rate of other occupations.
What is a STEM degree?
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. A degree that covers topics under these disciplines and fulfills certain requirements qualifies as a STEM degree. Earning a STEM degree gives you multiple career advantages and can make you eligible for benefits unique to STEM graduates.
Why are STEM graduates in high demand?
The demand for technological solutions to the challenges we face has grown enormously in recent years and is set to keep growing at an astonishing rate. The skills gap, particularly in some regions, hasn’t caught up. Jobs in STEM-related fields in the US and UK are growing at almost twice the rate of other occupations.
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