Fla. students get to try out careers in simulation industry

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.

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