Thursday, May 5, 2016

The STEM crisis hoax continues

"... the impending shortage of scientists and engineers is one of the longest running hoaxes in the country" (Bracey, 2009).
Evidence Bracey continues to be right:
Salzman, H. and Lowell, L. 2008. Making the grade. Nature 453 (1): 28-30.
Salzman, H. 2013: “What Shortages? The Real Evidence About the STEM Workforce” Issues in Science and Technology (National Academy of Science policy magazine) Summer 2013 Hal Salzman
Salzman, H. 2009: “Will Science and Engineering Now Be a Good Career?” Commentary (2009) Education Week Lindsay Lowell & Hal Salzman
Salzman, H. and Lowell, L. 2011: “The Science and Technology Pipeline” (Commentary) Chronicle of Higher Education/
Hal Salzman, Daniel Kuehn, and B. Lindsay Lowell 2013: Guestworkers in the high-skill U.S. labor market: An analysis of supply, employment, and wage trends By | April 24, 2013 Briefing Paper #359 Economic Policy Institute
Teitelbaum, M. 2014. Falling Behind? Boom, Bust, and the Global Race for Scientific Talent.  Princeton University Press.

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