Editor’s Note: Guest Author Pradeep Yadav, a technology lover, analyzer and love reporting about different technologies.
The U.S will have more than 1.2 million job opening in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) – related occupations by 2018.These include scientists, doctors, software developers and engineers. Yet, there will be a significant shortage of qualified college graduates to fill these careers. For the U.S to succeed and continue to play leadership role in addressing tough global challenges, we must do better job of engaging students in these subjects and encouraging them to pursue careers in STEM – related fields. Here is a look at how early education plays a part in inspiring students to seek higher education in STEM and what motivates students to pursue STEM-related fields. It is interesting infographic designed by publitek.