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2 INTRODUCTION Burning Glass Technologies, a Boston-based labor market analytics firm, has conducted an analysis of STEM job postings in The research reveals that the demand for STEM talent is significantly greater than commonly reported, and the supply of STEM college graduates continues to lag far behind employer STEM talent needs. KEY FINDINGS In 2013, there were 5.7 million total postings in STEM fields. Of those, 76%, or 4.4 million, require at least a bachelor s degree, and 41%, or 2.3 million, are entry-level jobs requiring less than 2 years of experience. 48% of all entry-level jobs requiring a bachelor s degree or higher (BA+) are in STEM fields, while only 29% of bachelor s degree graduates earn a STEM degree. At the sub-baccalaureate level (Sub- BA), 24% of entry-level jobs are in STEM fields, while 32% of Sub-BA degrees are in STEM concentrations. There are 2.5 entry-level job postings for each new 4-year graduate in STEM fields compared to 1.1 postings for each new BA graduate in non-stem fields. STEM jobs offer a substantial salary premium. The average advertised salary for entry-level STEM jobs requiring a BA or higher is $66,123 compared to $52,299 for non-stem jobs. This difference of approximately $14,000 represents a 26% premium. At the Sub-BA level, the average advertised entrylevel salary is $47,856 for STEM jobs and $37,424 for non-stem jobs. This difference of over $10,000 represents a 28% premium. TOTAL STEM JOBS BY CAREER AREA 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

3 DETAILED FINDINGS DEMAND FOR JOBS REQUIRING STEM SKILLS IS FAR GREATER THAN TYPICALLY REPORTED AND THE NUMBER IS GROWING Our analysis indicates a far higher number of STEM job openings than typically reported. Looking just at entry-level jobs, we found 2.3M entry-level STEM postings in These postings encompass 48% of all bachelor s degree or higher entry-level postings and 24% of all entry-level postings in occupations that typically require sub-baccalaureate post-secondary training. Looking across all jobs, STEM jobs account for 38% of total online postings but only 16% of total employment. The BLS predicts that STEM jobs will grow 55% faster than non-stem jobs over the next decade. 1 STEM GRADUATES HAVE ACCESS TO 2X AS MANY ENTRY-LEVEL JOBS AS NON- STEM GRADUATES The job market for new graduates strongly favors those from STEM fields. Nearly half (48%) of entrylevel BA+ postings are in STEM fields compared with fewer than one-third of degree recipients. In the job market, this correlates to 2.5 entry-level postings for each new bachelor s graduate in STEM fields compared with only 1.1 entry-level postings per new bachelor s graduate in non-stem fields. At the Sub-BA level, the market is more balanced with the percent of STEM postings and STEM degrees within 10% of each other. At the Sub-BA level, healthcare jobs account for 79% of the STEM postings and 72% of all degrees. TABLE 1: COMPARING ENTRY-LEVEL STEM POSTINGS TO RECENT STEM GRADUATES STEM Job Postings (number) STEM Degrees (number) STEM Job Postings (percent) STEM Degrees (percent) Bachelor s Level 1,373, ,895 48% 29% Sub-BA Level 964, , % 32% 1 Source: Employment Projections program, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2 Sub-baccalaureate degrees include Certificate and Associate s level degrees BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

4 TABLE 2: ENTRY-LEVEL JOB POSTINGS FOR NEW GRADUATES STEM Fields: Entry-level Postings / New Graduate Non-STEM Fields: Entry-level Postings / New Graduate Bachelor s Level Sub-BA Level 1.5 N/A 3 STEM JOBS PAY MORE STEM jobs offer a substantial salary premium. The average advertised salary for entry-level STEM jobs requiring a BA or higher is $66,123 compared to $52,299 for non-stem jobs. This difference of around $14,000 represents a 26% premium. At the Sub-BA level, the average advertised entry-level salary is $47,856 for STEM jobs and $37,424 for non-stem jobs. This difference of over $10,000 represents a 28% premium. TABLE 3: AVERAGE ENTRY-LEVEL SALARIES: STEM VS. NON-STEM Average Advertised Entry-Level Salary STEM Premium STEM Fields Non-STEM Fields Amount Percent Bachelor s Level $66,123 $52,299 $13,824 26% Sub-BA Level $47,856 $37,424 $10,432 28% ENTRY-LEVEL STEM JOBS BY FIELD For bachelor s-level jobs or higher, there is opportunity across the range of STEM jobs. Healthcare accounts for the largest portion of postings, followed by IT, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, 3 The methodology used in this report does not apply to sub-baccalaureate STEM roles because many of these roles (e.g. Administrative Assistant, Customer Service Representative) have significant sources of supply beyond recent degree graduates and, as such, the ratio would not accurately represent the actual demand / supply dynamic. For example, many of these roles are filled by BA grads, incumbent workers, and other job seekers BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

5 Analysts, and the Sciences. In every STEM category other than Sciences, entry-level salaries for STEM jobs requiring at least a bachelor s are significantly higher than the BA+ average of $52,299. FIGURE 1: BA+ ENTRY-LEVEL STEM POSTINGS * Certain occupations, such as Clinical Data Managers, appear in multiple STEM groups. As these occupations are double-counted, the total number of STEM postings does not equal the sum of postings for the five STEM categories. Sub-BA opportunities in STEM fields are far fewer then STEM opportunities at the bachelor s level and above. They account for 25% of all Sub-BA jobs, with the vast majority 89% falling into the Healthcare and IT fields. Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing also offer some opportunities for Sub-BA STEM job seekers in Engineering Technician and Manufacturing Technician roles. With the exception of healthcare jobs, Sub-BA STEM jobs do not offer a salary premium over non-stem Sub-BA jobs. FIGURE 2: SUB-BA ENTRY-LEVEL STEM POSTINGS TOP OCCUPATIONS BY FIELD The table below highlights the top five occupations within each of the STEM categories by the number of entry-level job postings in Where relevant, we have indicated the distribution of minimum degree requirements specified by employers in their postings BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

6 TABLE 4: TOP OCCUPATIONS BY FIELD Top Entry-Level STEM Occupations Entry-Level Job Openings Percent of Posting Requiring a BA Or higher Percent of Posting Requiring a Sub-BA Healthcare Registered Nurse 466,508 36% 64% Licensed Practical / Vocational Nurse 95,831 Required license is a Sub-BA degree Physician 94,376 Required license is an MD Physical Therapist 60,798 Required license is a Master s Level Degree Medical Assistant 60,730 Required license is a Sub-BA degree Information Technology Computer Support Specialist 121,426 34% 66% Software Developer / Engineer 95,182 86% 14% Systems Analyst 63,727 84% 16% Network/ Systems Admin 32,682 62% 38% Database Administrator 21,582 63% 37% Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing Civil Engineer 25,767 Required license is a BA degree or higher Quality Inspector / Technician 25,508 24% 76% Machinist 23,918 2% 98% Mechanical Engineer 22,533 Required license is a BA degree or higher Electrical Engineer 12,372 Required license is a BA degree or higher 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

7 TOP OCCUPATIONS BY FIELD (CONTINUED) Top Entry-Level STEM Occupations Entry-Level Job Openings Percent of Posting Requiring a BA Or higher Percent of Posting Requiring a Sub-BA Analysts Logistician / Logistics Analyst 17,768 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Business Intelligence Analyst 16,166 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Data / Data Mining Analyst 7,913 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Supply Chain Analyst 2,915 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Actuary 2,613 Required license is a BA degree or higher Sciences Medical Scientist 26,360 Typically requires a graduate level degree Chemist 6,807 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Biologist 4,595 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Clinical Research Coordinator 4,525 Primarily open to BA+ Job Seekers Biological Technician 4,368 67% 33% APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY A BROAD DEFINITION OF STEM ROLES For this analysis, we have taken a job seeker- and student-centric approach to defining STEM occupations. We define STEM jobs as those that have substantial math and science requirements included within the standard course of training or as part of the qualifications that employers specifically request in postings. This contrasts with traditional methodologies which tend to focus only on jobs that are primarily engaged in scientific, mathematical, or technological activity. STEM jobs cover the following areas: Science, Information Technology, Engineering, Math (labeled here as Analysts) and Healthcare. Unlike many traditional definitions of STEM jobs, we have included those clinical healthcare roles which require that job seekers undertake substantial coursework in the biological sciences to qualify. Additionally, we have included a range of analyst jobs such as Data 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

8 Analysts, Logistics Analysts and Business Intelligence Analysts, which call for significant mathematics training. These analyst jobs represent a far larger portion of the demand for mathematics skills in the labor market than traditional math roles such as Statisticians or Actuaries. In order to provide the most relevant comparison for job seekers, we compare STEM jobs that require a Bachelor s degree or higher to all other jobs at those degree levels. We compare Sub-BA STEM jobs to other sub-baccalaureate jobs that typically require post-secondary training or provide career advancement opportunities. COUNTING STEM POSTINGS IN REAL-TIME Our counts of STEM jobs come from analysis of actual job postings. Burning Glass generates job posting data by visiting over 32,000 online jobs sites to collect online postings. Using proprietary text analytics, over 70 data fields are extracted from each posting, including job title, occupation, employer, industry, required skills, credentials and salary. Postings are then deduplicated and placed in a database for further analysis. This analysis focuses on entry-level postings, defined as job postings that call for two years or less experience, that were posted in Degree counts included in this analysis are from 2013 IPEDS data reflecting graduates in the academic year. Those degrees in scientific, technological or quantitative fields or which map to STEM jobs are counted at STEM degrees. Graduates of sub-baccalaureate math and science transfer degrees are not included in our estimates of supply. ABOUT BURNING GLASS Burning Glass s tools and data are playing a growing role in informing the global conversation on education and the workforce by providing researchers, policy makers, educators, and employers with detailed real-time awareness into skill gaps and labor market demand. Burning Glass s job seeker applications power several government workforce systems and have been shown to have substantive impact on reemployment outcomes and on labor market literacy. With headquarters in Boston s historic Faneuil Hall, Burning Glass is proud to serve a client base that spans six continents, including education institutions, government workforce agencies, academic research centers, global recruitment and staffing agencies, major employers, and leading job boards. Visit us at BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

9 APPENDIX: STATE DATA OVERALL STATE DATA STEM Postings % of All Postings That Are STEM STEM Postings Per 10,000 Residents Alabama 64,413 34% 134 Alaska 20,142 39% 275 Arizona 125,247 38% 191 Arkansas 35,869 34% 122 California 757,996 39% 199 Colorado 152,114 40% 293 Connecticut 72,955 36% 203 Delaware 21,566 41% 235 Florida 262,091 35% 136 Georgia 182,950 38% 184 Hawaii 15,448 31% 111 Idaho 24,084 30% 151 Illinois 252,072 37% 196 Indiana 81,974 34% 125 Iowa 60,755 36% 198 Kansas 53,535 34% 186 Kentucky 55,086 34% 126 Louisiana 55,496 31% 121 Maine 31,384 34% 236 Maryland 133,909 42% 228 Massachusetts 217,232 40% 327 Michigan 194,085 40% 196 Minnesota 125,593 38% 233 Mississippi 23,992 32% 80 Missouri 99,298 38% BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

10 OVERALL STATE DATA (CONTINUED) STEM Postings % of All Postings are STEM STEM Postings Per 10,000 Residents Montana 18,866 33% 188 Nebraska 34,221 33% 184 Nevada 35,662 33% 129 New Hampshire 27,161 40% 206 New Jersey 167,776 40% 189 New Mexico 38,187 38% 183 New York 295,097 34% 151 North Carolina 177,790 41% 182 North Dakota 16,167 30% 231 Ohio 175,183 38% 152 Oklahoma 56,861 37% 149 Oregon 87,957 39% 226 Pennsylvania 195,144 39% 153 Rhode Island 17,824 38% 170 South Carolina 62,392 39% 132 South Dakota 16,329 33% 196 Tennessee 91,462 37% 142 Texas 471,093 41% 181 Utah 44,583 36% 156 Vermont 8,696 35% 139 Virginia 199,874 45% 244 Washington 195,340 43% 283 West Virginia 23,697 34% 128 Wisconsin 92,413 38% 161 Wyoming 8,318 37% BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

11 ENTRY-LEVEL BA+ STEM DATA STEM Postings % of All Postings are STEM STEM Postings Per 10,000 Residents Alabama 16,764 48% 35 Alaska 5,879 58% 80 Arizona 32,570 52% 50 Arkansas 8,849 48% 30 California 166,223 46% 44 Colorado 43,917 56% 85 Connecticut 17,634 44% 49 Delaware 5,303 53% 58 Florida 65,386 48% 34 Georgia 43,402 49% 44 Hawaii 3,985 42% 29 Idaho 6,774 46% 42 Illinois 56,540 43% 44 Indiana 21,447 46% 33 Iowa 17,122 49% 56 Kansas 14,330 46% 50 Kentucky 14,553 48% 33 Louisiana 12,252 43% 27 Maine 8,854 47% 67 Maryland 31,581 52% 54 Massachusetts 50,960 45% 77 Michigan 45,606 51% 46 Minnesota 31,465 46% 58 Mississippi 6,832 49% 23 Missouri 25,319 50% BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

12 ENTRY-LEVEL BA+ STEM DATA (CONTINUED) STEM Postings % of All Postings are STEM STEM Postings Per 10,000 Residents Montana 6,159 52% 61 Nebraska 8,918 44% 48 Nevada 9,909 47% 36 New Hampshire 7,030 52% 53 New Jersey 33,198 45% 37 New Mexico 11,146 54% 53 New York 71,004 40% 36 North Carolina 39,345 49% 40 North Dakota 4,046 44% 58 Ohio 42,315 48% 37 Oklahoma 13,978 49% 37 Oregon 22,697 53% 58 Pennsylvania 50,162 49% 39 Rhode Island 4,745 50% 45 South Carolina 13,777 47% 29 South Dakota 4,868 47% 58 Tennessee 24,916 51% 39 Texas 105,393 50% 40 Utah 11,685 46% 41 Vermont 2,558 41% 41 Virginia 42,925 50% 52 Washington 47,310 55% 69 West Virginia 6,975 45% 38 Wisconsin 21,658 49% 38 Wyoming 2,225 55% BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

13 ENTRY-LEVEL SUB-BA STEM DATA STEM Postings % of All Postings are STEM STEM Postings Per 10,000 Residents Alabama 12,742 20% 26 Alaska 4,929 29% 67 Arizona 23,551 23% 36 Arkansas 9,448 23% 32 California 95,097 22% 25 Colorado 27,214 25% 52 Connecticut 8,970 20% 25 Delaware 2,807 22% 31 Florida 55,892 23% 29 Georgia 26,479 22% 27 Hawaii 3,787 21% 27 Idaho 6,289 18% 39 Illinois 34,558 22% 27 Indiana 18,418 22% 28 Iowa 12,939 21% 42 Kansas 11,931 22% 41 Kentucky 12,237 21% 28 Louisiana 14,184 22% 31 Maine 7,399 25% 56 Maryland 16,869 22% 29 Massachusetts 26,325 25% 40 Michigan 36,486 26% 37 Minnesota 22,498 24% 42 Mississippi 6,071 20% 20 Missouri 19,894 24% BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

14 ENTRY-LEVEL SUB-BA STEM DATA (CONTINUED) STEM Postings % of All Postings are STEM STEM Postings Per 10,000 Residents Montana 4,578 21% 46 Nebraska 7,367 21% 40 Nevada 9,220 24% 33 New Hampshire 4,932 26% 37 New Jersey 19,832 23% 22 New Mexico 9,846 30% 47 New York 30,794 20% 16 North Carolina 34,279 29% 35 North Dakota 4,228 20% 60 Ohio 30,013 24% 26 Oklahoma 14,327 26% 38 Oregon 13,959 22% 36 Pennsylvania 31,193 24% 24 Rhode Island 2,924 26% 28 South Carolina 15,789 30% 33 South Dakota 5,009 22% 60 Tennessee 20,475 25% 32 Texas 84,874 28% 33 Utah 10,579 25% 37 Vermont 1,910 26% 31 Virginia 25,893 27% 32 Washington 30,673 27% 44 West Virginia 5,568 23% 30 Wisconsin 21,276 27% 37 Wyoming 2,289 27% BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

15 STATE PER CAPITA RANKINGS Overall STEM Postings Per Capita Rank Entry-Level BA+ STEM Postings Per Capita Rank Entry-Level Sub-BA STEM Postings Per Capita Rank Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

16 STATE PER CAPITA RANKINGS (CONTINUED) Overall STEM Postings Per Capita Rank Entry-Level BA+ STEM Postings Per Capita Rank Entry-Level Sub-BA STEM Postings Per Capita Rank Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

17 TOTAL POSTINGS BY STEM GROUP Total STEM Postings Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Analysts (Math) Alabama 64,413 30,531 19,491 12,043 1,431 1,910 Alaska 20,142 13,257 3,047 2, Arizona 125,247 64,935 41,484 15,317 2,738 3,023 Arkansas 35,869 20,892 9,086 4, California 757, , , ,991 32,428 29,117 Colorado 152,114 70,630 56,027 19,949 4,632 4,479 Connecticut 72,955 30,426 28,055 10,469 2,420 3,977 Delaware 21,566 8,853 9,402 2, Florida 262, ,427 82,559 27,585 5,529 9,148 Georgia 182,950 73,501 81,664 22,138 3,422 8,012 Hawaii 15,448 7,725 4,880 2, Idaho 24,084 13,131 6,034 3, Illinois 252,072 93, ,509 33,099 6,306 12,555 Indiana 81,974 39,882 22,599 16,134 2,844 2,458 Iowa 60,755 28,782 18,203 11,025 1,959 1,831 Kansas 53,535 26,008 16,208 9,319 1,591 1,485 Kentucky 55,086 29,297 15,088 8,889 1,263 1,597 Louisiana 55,496 28,223 11,920 13,115 1,809 1,215 Maine 31,384 20,221 6,685 3, Maryland 133,909 48,422 64,524 13,962 5,371 4,583 Massachusetts 217,232 83,027 90,768 26,763 14,537 9,325 Michigan 194,085 76,916 65,072 46,074 3,902 7,099 Minnesota 125,593 51,755 46,683 21,699 4,067 5,436 Mississippi 23,992 14,651 4,708 3, Missouri 99,298 46,360 35,587 12,644 3,510 4, BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

18 TOTAL POSTINGS BY STEM GROUP (CONTINUED) Total STEM Postings Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Montana 18,866 12,372 3,340 2, Analysts (Math) Nebraska 34,221 15,065 12,650 5,063 1,210 1,189 Nevada 35,662 21,429 8,965 4, New Hampshire 27,161 14,336 7,915 4, New Jersey 167,776 56,446 81,631 19,024 7,758 9,102 New Mexico 38,187 25,511 7,212 4,148 1, New York 295, , ,852 33,480 10,547 14,310 North Carolina 177,790 74,706 72,323 23,161 6,310 6,692 North Dakota 16,167 7,716 3,657 3, Ohio 175,183 70,262 63,732 34,594 4,625 7,359 Oklahoma 56,861 30,560 13,965 10,352 1,422 1,480 Oregon 87,957 38,898 33,286 12,867 2,171 2,979 Pennsylvania 195,144 86,170 71,157 28,687 7,015 8,076 Rhode Island 17,824 8,428 6,542 2, South Carolina 62,392 33,527 16,384 10,616 1,156 1,894 South Dakota 16,329 10,261 3,261 2, Tennessee 91,462 48,657 26,145 13,175 2,622 2,799 Texas 471, , ,268 79,338 13,489 18,750 Utah 44,583 19,326 16,602 6,808 1,413 1,379 Vermont 8,696 5,229 1,902 1, Virginia 199,874 68, ,249 20,336 5,221 7,566 Washington 195,340 81,367 83,601 23,793 5,102 6,115 West Virginia 23,697 13,232 5,958 3, Wisconsin 92,413 43,733 26,285 18,361 2,868 3,304 Wyoming 8,318 5,140 1,232 1, BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

19 PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL STEM POSTINGS Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Analysts (Math) Alabama 47% 30% 19% 2% 3% Alaska 66% 15% 13% 5% 2% Arizona 52% 33% 12% 2% 2% Arkansas 58% 25% 13% 2% 3% California 36% 44% 15% 4% 4% Colorado 46% 37% 13% 3% 3% Connecticut 42% 38% 14% 3% 5% Delaware 41% 44% 11% 4% 4% Florida 55% 32% 11% 2% 3% Georgia 40% 45% 12% 2% 4% Hawaii 50% 32% 13% 4% 2% Idaho 55% 25% 16% 4% 3% Illinois 37% 46% 13% 3% 5% Indiana 49% 28% 20% 3% 3% Iowa 47% 30% 18% 3% 3% Kansas 49% 30% 17% 3% 3% Kentucky 53% 27% 16% 2% 3% Louisiana 51% 21% 24% 3% 2% Maine 64% 21% 11% 3% 2% Maryland 36% 48% 10% 4% 3% Massachusetts 38% 42% 12% 7% 4% Michigan 40% 34% 24% 2% 4% Minnesota 41% 37% 17% 3% 4% Mississippi 61% 20% 16% 2% 2% Missouri 47% 36% 13% 4% 4% 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

20 PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL STEM POSTINGS (CONTINUED) Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Analysts (Math) Montana 66% 18% 12% 4% 2% Nebraska 44% 37% 15% 4% 3% Nevada 60% 25% 11% 3% 2% New Hampshire 53% 29% 15% 2% 3% New Jersey 34% 49% 11% 5% 5% New Mexico 67% 19% 11% 3% 2% New York 36% 48% 11% 4% 5% North Carolina 42% 41% 13% 4% 4% North Dakota 48% 23% 24% 5% 2% Ohio 40% 36% 20% 3% 4% Oklahoma 54% 25% 18% 3% 3% Oregon 44% 38% 15% 2% 3% Pennsylvania 44% 36% 15% 4% 4% Rhode Island 47% 37% 12% 3% 3% South Carolina 54% 26% 17% 2% 3% South Dakota 63% 20% 13% 4% 2% Tennessee 53% 29% 14% 3% 3% Texas 43% 37% 17% 3% 4% Utah 43% 37% 15% 3% 3% Vermont 60% 22% 14% 3% 3% Virginia 34% 52% 10% 3% 4% Washington 42% 43% 12% 3% 3% West Virginia 56% 25% 15% 4% 2% Wisconsin 47% 28% 20% 3% 4% Wyoming 62% 15% 18% 4% 2% 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

21 TOTAL ENTRY-LEVEL POSTINGS BY STEM GROUP Total Entry- Level STEM Postings Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Alabama 29,507 20,793 4,755 3, Alaska 10,809 8, Arizona 56,121 41,709 9,510 3,665 1, Arkansas 18,297 13,275 2,823 1, Analysts (Math) California 261, ,042 62,067 23,623 12,388 6,745 Colorado 71,131 50,273 13,372 5,148 2,033 1,166 Connecticut 26,604 17,698 5,224 2, Delaware 8,110 5,470 1, Florida 121,279 91,741 19,597 6,749 2,473 2,225 Georgia 69,881 45,760 16,562 5,383 1,466 1,933 Hawaii 7,773 5,473 1, Idaho 13,062 8,629 2,242 1, Illinois 91,098 52,349 26,231 9,009 2,310 3,237 Indiana 39,865 26,201 7,504 4,938 1, Iowa 30,061 19,029 5,752 4, Kansas 26,260 17,308 5,039 2, Kentucky 26,791 18,584 4,688 2, Louisiana 26,435 18,493 4,037 3, Maine 16,254 12,924 1,878 1, Maryland 48,450 30,401 12,245 3,274 2, Massachusetts 77,285 47,422 17,895 5,940 5,511 1,885 Michigan 82,092 52,445 15,195 12,145 1,699 1,852 Minnesota 53,964 34,070 10,649 7,223 1,602 1,311 Mississippi 12,903 9,956 1,378 1, Missouri 45,213 30,240 9,081 4,100 1,332 1, BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

22 TOTAL ENTRY-LEVEL POSTINGS BY STEM GROUP (CONTINUED) Total Entry- Level STEM Postings Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Montana 10,737 8,200 1, Nebraska 16,285 9,706 3,832 2, Nevada 19,130 14,358 2,852 1, New Hampshire 11,962 8,794 1,814 1, Analysts (Math) New Jersey 53,030 32,772 13,385 3,838 2,261 1,793 New Mexico 20,992 17,322 1,948 1, New York 101,798 59,780 29,054 7,709 4,161 3,466 North Carolina 73,624 50,056 15,034 5,641 2,532 1,432 North Dakota 8,274 4,841 1,434 1, Ohio 72,328 45,082 15,461 9,325 1,796 1,950 Oklahoma 28,306 20,381 4,290 2, Oregon 36,657 24,759 7,163 3, Pennsylvania 81,355 53,455 17,484 7,322 2,501 2,031 Rhode Island 7,668 5,494 1, South Carolina 29,566 22,337 3,991 2, South Dakota 9,877 7,001 1,468 1, Tennessee 45,391 31,955 7,023 4,597 1,280 1,006 Texas 190, ,991 36,853 15,887 4,323 4,152 Utah 22,264 13,734 5,594 2, Vermont 4,468 3, Virginia 68,818 43,539 18,348 4,336 2,027 1,752 Washington 77,983 51,513 17,378 6,325 2,206 1,563 West Virginia 12,542 8,817 2,121 1, Wisconsin 42,934 28,580 7,056 5,804 1, Wyoming 4,514 3, BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

23 PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ENTRY-LEVEL STEM POSTINGS Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Analysts (Math) Alabama 70% 16% 11% 2% 1% Alaska 81% 9% 5% 5% 2% Arizona 74% 17% 7% 2% 1% Arkansas 73% 15% 9% 2% 1% California 62% 24% 9% 5% 3% Colorado 71% 19% 7% 3% 2% Connecticut 67% 20% 9% 3% 3% Delaware 67% 22% 7% 4% 2% Florida 76% 16% 6% 2% 2% Georgia 65% 24% 8% 2% 3% Hawaii 70% 17% 8% 4% 2% Idaho 66% 17% 12% 4% 2% Illinois 57% 29% 10% 3% 4% Indiana 66% 19% 12% 3% 2% Iowa 63% 19% 14% 3% 2% Kansas 66% 19% 11% 3% 2% Kentucky 69% 18% 11% 2% 2% Louisiana 70% 15% 12% 2% 1% Maine 80% 12% 7% 2% 1% Maryland 63% 25% 7% 5% 2% Massachusetts 61% 23% 8% 7% 2% Michigan 64% 19% 15% 2% 2% Minnesota 63% 20% 13% 3% 2% Mississippi 77% 11% 10% 2% 1% Missouri 67% 20% 9% 3% 2% 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

24 PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL ENTRY-LEVEL STEM POSTINGS (CONTINUED) Healthcare Information Technology Engineering / Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Analysts (Math) Montana 76% 11% 7% 4% 2% Nebraska 60% 24% 13% 4% 3% Nevada 75% 15% 7% 2% 1% New Hampshire 74% 15% 9% 2% 2% New Jersey 62% 25% 7% 4% 3% New Mexico 83% 9% 6% 2% 1% New York 59% 29% 8% 4% 3% North Carolina 68% 20% 8% 3% 2% North Dakota 59% 17% 19% 4% 2% Ohio 62% 21% 13% 2% 3% Oklahoma 72% 15% 10% 2% 2% Oregon 68% 20% 10% 3% 2% Pennsylvania 66% 21% 9% 3% 2% Rhode Island 72% 17% 8% 3% 2% South Carolina 76% 13% 9% 2% 2% South Dakota 71% 15% 11% 3% 1% Tennessee 70% 15% 10% 3% 2% Texas 69% 19% 8% 2% 2% Utah 62% 25% 10% 3% 3% Vermont 75% 13% 10% 2% 1% Virginia 63% 27% 6% 3% 3% Washington 66% 22% 8% 3% 2% West Virginia 70% 17% 9% 3% 2% Wisconsin 67% 16% 14% 3% 2% Wyoming 73% 11% 11% 4% 1% 2014 BURNING GLASS TECHNOLOGIES FEBRUARY

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