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New report finds that 63 percent of associate degrees in STEM pay more than bachelor's degrees in non-STEM occupations

The report from the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce finds that STEM jobs are the best-paying jobs for people at the sub-baccalaureate level. Yet a major conclusion of the report is that STEM jobs do not satisfy individual social and entrepreneurial interests resulting in STEM talent moving outside their respective fields, and leaving the U.S. without the necessary STEM workers to compete successfully in the global economy. Read the reportĀ Ā»

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