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STEM Labs

STEM education includes every field under the umbrella of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—everything from chemistry to physics, software design to trigonometry. There is some debate in the STEM community about potentially including arts in that lineup as a means of stressing creativity and innovation in these typically data-based fields. But this approach has not yet been recognized by the main professional bodies dedicated to STEM, such as the STEM Coalition and the National Science Foundation. 

From a purely economic standpoint, students would benefit from better STEM education because the fields are expanding more quickly than any other besides the health care industry.

  • 1 in 20 global jobs will be STEM-related—an estimated 2.8 million jobs in total

  • Over 90% of future employment opportunities will require secondary degrees 

  • two-thirds will require a bachelor’s degree 

By 2020:

1 in 20

GLOBAL JOBS

will be STEM-related.

OVER 90%

FUTURE SKILED JOBS

will require secondary degrees.

2/3

GLOBAL JOBS

will require a bachelor’s degree.