New Hampshire 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 the state's schools is sufficient to meet the demand, shortages are possible for specific occupations. The 60-page study draws upon numerous sources, including multiple U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) surveys; state employment projections, high school graduates and postsecondary degree completions; O*NET skills information; job vacancy data; an industry econometric model; and other sources. One factor not examined is the potential influx of qualified STEM applicants from outside the state.
Modified On : May 09, 2013
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In Relation : Science, technology, engineering, and math occupations