Opinion: Encouraging girls could help STEM worker shortage

07/9/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Getting more young women into science, technology, engineering and math careers can only help address the growing need for STEM-trained workers, writes Lisa Hook, president and CEO of Neustar. She adds that greater diversity in the workplace has been shown in research to improve efficiency, and that companies should consider getting involved in school programs that will inspire girls to consider a future in STEM careers.

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