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By The Colorado Education Initiative, YourHub | April 28, 2015

YourHub logoColorado boasts more jobs in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) than the national average — and is expected to see above average growth in STEM careers over the next decade. The demand for a STEM-skilled workforce and the number of non-STEM jobs requiring these skills continues to grow, while the number and diversity of women and girls in STEM fields lags behind.


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