While recent college graduates continue to struggle with unemployment, those with related degrees in science, technology, engineering and math -- and even individuals with STEM skills but no degrees -- have more options than ever. Clean energy, nanotechnology and cybersecurity are just a few of the many STEM industries that need skilled and dedicated engineers and other trained workers.
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