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A person with an educational background in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics is considered a STEM worker. The majority of STEM workers have advanced degrees, such as masters' degrees and doctorates in these areas.
Do We Have Enough STEM Workers in the United States?
Currently in the United States, lawmakers, businesses, and universities are engaged in an important discussion: is the United States producing enough STEM workers? Are we allowing enough STEM workers to enter the country through work visas? And what can we do to ensure that we are producing enough STEM workers in the future?
As technology advances and many manufacturing jobs move overseas, the U.S. would like to focus on growing the economy through certain high-tech industries. However, many companies complain that a STEM worker shortage makes it impossible for us to keep pace with other competing countries across the world, including India and China. Many believe that increasing the number of STEM worker immigrants can help solve this problem – along with new programs that focus on technology in schools.
New Immigration Policies To Attract STEM Workers to American Companies
At this time, the federal government generally agrees that new immigration policies and reforms should be put in place to help get the most talented STEM workers in the world to American companies.
Are You a STEM Worker? Let us help you live and work in the United States.
If you are a STEM worker interested in living in the United States either temporarily or permanently, contact the Law Office of Vaughan de Kirby to speak with an experienced immigration attorney. Located in San Francisco, we help businesses and individuals with U.S. visa and green card applications and immigration issues around the world.