Recruiters say there are plenty of STEM jobs but few candidates

10/22/2013 | American City Business Journals

College graduates skilled in science, technology, engineering and math are in high demand at Fortune 1000 companies, but companies are having trouble finding qualified workers, according to a new survey by Bayer Corp. About half of the recruiters polled said they can't find enough two-year and four-year STEM graduates to fill open jobs. "The results of this survey emphasize the voice of corporate America -- there is a STEM skills shortage and we need to address it now," said Linda Rosen, CEO of Change the Equation.

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