College graduates skilled in science, technology, engineering and math are in high demand at Fortune 1000 companies, but companies are having trouble finding qualified workers, according to a new survey by Bayer Corp. About half of the recruiters polled said they can't find enough two-year and four-year STEM graduates to fill open jobs. "The results of this survey emphasize the voice of corporate America -- there is a STEM skills shortage and we need to address it now," said Linda Rosen, CEO of Change the Equation.

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