STEM education can land students in one of many cool jobs

02/7/2013 | Mashable

Studying science, technology, engineering and math can lead to jobs outside of traditional careers such as computer programming or medical research. STEM students can consider jobs such as an ESPN sports statistician, Tumblr project manager, Legoland designer, professional hacker and even a driver of the Mars rover Curiosity.

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