A new study has found that the most popular careers in the U.S. are in the fields of software development, digital marketing, and software engineering, which together account for more than 50% of all STEM graduates.
The study by the nonprofit Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement found that digital marketers, software engineers, and social media managers account for over 90% of STEM graduates in the nation.
“These industries offer students the opportunity to pursue careers that offer a combination of skills that will enhance their overall skills and career aspirations,” said Sarah O’Brien, a professor at the Center for Economic and Policy Research and co-author of the report.
O’Connor and her colleagues also examined the employment and earnings data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
They found that while there are many paths that students can pursue, those who choose one of these paths earn the most from their STEM education.
For example, in the digital marketing field, more than half of all graduates in this field make more than $100,000 in annual earnings, according to the study.
But, O’Donnell explained, “in a way, it’s a very niche career for these young adults, as it is in many fields that focus on the software development and digital marketing industries.”
These fields can often be challenging for students.
“It can be challenging to get a degree in the areas of the software industry that you really want to focus on,” O’Bryan said.
For instance, many students who choose to pursue these STEM fields have difficulty understanding how they can make a career in a field where their expertise is so closely tied to the products that they develop.
This has a negative effect on the student’s career, according O’Leary.
“There are a lot of challenges that students who take the software engineering path are going to have,” she said.
The STEM fields of digital marketing and software development are also among the most challenging for employers.
Many employers require students to take advanced courses that require a high level of technical knowledge, and many students are not comfortable taking the time to get those classes.
According to O’Ollys findings, only 22% of employers are willing to hire a candidate who has already taken the online training course, while 20% are willing and 10% are not.
And of those employers, a whopping 94% of them have a STEM background, meaning they have a degree from an accredited college or university that includes at least a minor in one of the STEM fields.
“As a result, a lot more people are going into the job market and not really knowing what their skills are,” Ollys said.
And these STEM degrees often don’t prepare them for jobs that require software engineering skills.
“We’re seeing this in the tech world as well,” OBrien said.
“The tech industry has a very high number of software engineers and engineers in the computer science and math fields, so you see this in both industries.”
In this image provided by the Center on Education and the Workforce, a sign on a building displays a message about STEM graduates and students.
Source: Center for Education and Workforce/FourFourTwo The problem is compounded by the fact that the U,S.
has a low STEM literacy rate, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
About one-third of U.N. students have at least some college or vocational education, according a recent report by the American Institute of Certified Teachers and Colleges.
That means that, on average, students in the United States have fewer than 30 years of high school or equivalent education to fill the gaps in their skills.
The report also noted that the number of U-2 visas that U.K. citizens can get has dropped over the past 20 years, which means that students from overseas are increasingly leaving the country for better opportunities in the developed world.
“Our students are graduating into a world that is very competitive and highly skilled,” OConnor said.
She said that this lack of exposure to the U-1 visa, which is available to people with high school diplomas, can also impact students’ ability to develop and master their skills in the current technology landscape.
“You have a high-tech workforce that is highly educated and well educated,” OReilly said.
This lack of experience can also affect students’ future career choices.
“A lot of students are leaving STEM fields because they don’t have the skills to get into those fields,” OLeary said.
While this is a serious issue, Ollies work with several colleges that offer the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program, which focuses on STEM-based skills, as well as a number of online programs that offer students a chance to learn about coding and business through video lessons.
Olls work with other organizations, including the Association for Career Development, to help students learn the skills that they need to succeed in these careers.
The organization is also working to make STEM courses available to