Panel Video: Is There a STEM Worker Shortage?

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Panel Summary

The Center for Immigration Studies released a new report on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) employment at a panel discussion on May 20, 2014. The new report examines the state of the STEM labor market – both the availability of workers and long-term wage trends. Two of the nation’s leading experts on STEM employment joined the panel to discuss this new research and to place this information in the context of current immigration reform proposals in Congress, which call for an increase in the number of STEM workers allowed into the country, based on claims of a worker shortage.



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Introduction by Mark Krikorian


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Statement by Steven Camarota


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Statement by B. Lindsay Lowell


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Statement by Michael Teitelbaum


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Question and Answer Session