Report: Majority of STEM grads are pleased with educational experiences

10/1/2013 |

In a report by McKinsey & Co. and Chegg, students who graduate from college with a degree in science, technology, engineering or math are, on average, more satisfied with their college experience than non-STEM majors. The study also found that STEM majors tend to be more optimistic about their job prospects. However, nearly a quarter of STEM majors surveyed said they did not feel adequately prepared for the demands of the workplace.

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