The Top 20 Happiest Jobs for Grads

Tech related jobs lead, YAYYY!

  1. Java developer
  2. Embedded software engineer
  3. .NET developer
  4. Medical technologist
  5. QA engineer
  6. Credit analyst
  7. Management consultant
  8. Network engineer
  9. Data analyst
  10. Web developer
  11. Business analyst
  12. Software developer
  13. Process engineer
  14. Manufacturing engineer
  15. Electrical engineer
  16. Systems administrator
  17. Network administrator
  18. Accountant
  19. Recruiter
  20. Financial analyst

Read the article Huffington Post article here.

US News Report Details Shortage of STEM Students

US News & World Report Share to FacebookShare to Twitter (4/23) reports that it is releasing a new “STEM index” in conjunction with Raytheon indicating that “student aptitude for and interest in” STEM subjects “has been mostly flat for more than a decade, even as the need for STEM skills continues to grow.” The article calls the report “the first comprehensive index that measures the key factors relating to STEM jobs and education,” and notes that there has been “some upward movement, particularly in the actual number of STEM degrees granted at the undergraduate and graduate levels.” However, US News reports that the overall numbers suggest “that the education pipeline to fill the current and future jobs that will require STEM skills still isn’t producing enough talent.”

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