To increase the pool of candidates for jobs that require science, technology, engineering and math skills, HR should emphasize how STEM is related to more industries than people think, writes Angie Keller, vice president of recruiting at Randstad Engineering. Add some flair to STEM job descriptions, don't limit the search to applicants who specialize in STEM and create workplace programs that promote technology skills, she writes.
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