Do Students Have Passion for Today's In-Demand Jobs? A New Analysis Says No
BUSINESS · MEDIA
July 29, 20226 min read1168 words
Published: July 29, 2022  |  6 min read1168 words
Students have the talent to succeed in today’s in-demand jobs but often lack an interest in going into those fields, according to a new report that seeks to assess whether their skills are aligned with high-growth careers. The , a for-profit company that provides aptitude-based a...
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3 days ago
The article places blame on the system and decision makers for not making all students feel welcome to pursue a career in STEM. The article does not look at students preferences toward social media, entertainment, and fashion as a pursuit to explore their truth. Content does not explain that most people are not naturally attracted to STEM, rather it paints a picture that students are totally unaware that STEM occupations are available to them. Aside from the droning on about the adults are at fault, the article avoids direct, unfounded bias which is a nice change of pace in modern journalism.
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