The National Science Board's biennial book, "Science and Engineering Indicators," consistently finds that the U.S. produces many more STEM graduates than the workforce can absorb. Meanwhile, employers say managers are struggling to find qualified workers in STEM fields. What explains these apparently contradictory trends?
Speakers: Linda Rosen, Change the Equation; Michael S. Teitelbaum, Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School
Recorded Feb. 22, 2014 at EWA's seminar for reporters, "STEM and Beyond: Strengthening the Skills of Students and Journalists."