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+ - What STEM shortage? Electrical engineering lost 35,000 jobs last year->

Submitted by CaptainAnalog
CaptainAnalog (699766) writes "Despite an expanding use of electronics in products, the number of people working as electrical engineers in U.S. declined by 10.4% last year.
The decline amounted to a loss of 35,000 jobs and increased the unemployment rate for electrical engineers from 3.4% in 2012 to 4.8% last year, an unusually high rate of job losses for this occupation."

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What STEM shortage? Electrical engineering lost 35,000 jobs last year

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