What are the best locations for STEM job seekers?

Job seekers looking for alternative-academic careers in science, technology, engineering and math must consider many factors, including location, suggests blogger Gina Stewart, CEO of Arctic. In this post, she presents a number of maps that reveal where most nonacademic STEM Ph.D.s live in the U.S. She recommends looking for regions where available jobs are clustered, and considering the weather and culture in those areas.

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