STEM Workforce is aging, leaving few positions for new scientists
EnlargeBRICK 101 reader comments 17 Share this story The population of people doing science is increasingly older, and fewer young people are establishing careers in the field. A recent paper published in PNAS finds there are two main factors contributing to the aging STEM workforce (science, tech, engineering, and math). The first is that a large...
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