Employers are struggling to fill vacant jobs in engineering and information technology, according to an annual survey by staffing firm ManpowerGroup. Melanie Holmes, a vice president with the firm, suggests that education institutions, businesses and government collaborate to address talent shortages in the workforce in areas such as science, technology, engineering and math. "We are seeing more STEM programs launch in communities across the United States, and that is one way we can boost the number of graduates in these fields and start to address the talent shortages," she says.

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