Simulation technology helps surgeons, soldiers and other professions, but industry experts say a new generation of simulation experts is needed to replace an aging workforce. To help spark an interest in simulation careers, industry representatives put on a symposium at the University of Central Florida that included hands-on activities for high-school students and information about the educations needed for various simulation careers. Industry leaders also urged students to take more classes in science, technology, engineering and math.
Fla. students get to try out careers in simulation industry
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