We are already passionate about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), but what's the best way to spark that fire in the next generation? How can we help them become the innovative machine builders and control engineers of the future? "STEM to the Core" explores the initiatives and ignites the debate about how to do STEM right. Join the conversation.
Submitted by scechowski on Wed, 07/24/2013 - 14:06
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) degrees pay an annual average salary of $75,000 to $120,000, no matter what institution you received your degree from, according to a recent info graphic by Forbes magazine.Emerging economies such as Brazil, China and India are already producing more STEM talent that the largest...
Submitted by scechowski on Tue, 07/16/2013 - 04:19
So you took the advice that's been touted for years about all the advantages one will have in the workforce by choosing a career path in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). So where's the best place to actually start your career?
The constant cries of "All the engineers are retiring!" and "How are we going to fill the skills shortage?" have been especially loud and frequent lately. And, they're always followed by, "We need to…," but then little if any concrete action. As always, talk is cheap.