AbstractAll credible research finds the same evidence about the STEM workforce: ample supply, stagnant wages and, by industry accounts, thousands of applicants for any advertised job. The real concern should be about the dim employment prospects for our best STEM graduates; those who claim there's a STEM skills shortage are ignoring the evidence.
SubjectsSTEM, Science and engineering workforce, Scientists--Supply and demand, Engineers--Supply and demand, Manpower policy--United States, Science policy, Science and state--United States
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