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NH STEM Jobs: Supply & Demand New Hampshire’s Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau has issued an extensive analysis of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs, concluding that although the overall supply of STEM graduates from state schools is sufficient to meet the demand, shortages are possible for specific occupations. The 58-page study draws upon numerous sources. LMI Win-Win Network 714 0  05/09/2013
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Classifying STEM Occupations The Federal Standard Occupational Classification Policy Committee has published “Options for Defining STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, And Math) Occupations Under the 2010 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) System,” in order to ameliorate the problems caused by the absence of a commonly agreed-upon definition of STEM occupations. LMI Win-Win Network 531 0  09/11/2012
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Recent Science and Engineering Graduates The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) has just released the full results from its 2008 survey on recent science and engineering graduates (NSF did not explain the considerable lag between the survey and the issuance of the data). This 165-page publication includes a wealth of national (but no state or local) data on Bachelor’s and Master’s degree recipients in science, engineering and health fields, encompassing their educational specialty, occupation and demographic characteristics. LMI Win-Win Network 269 0  09/11/2012
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