Washington D.C. - According to a new report by the National Science Board (NSB), in 2010, 16.5 million individuals indicated that their job required at least a bachelor's degree level in a STEM field. The 2014 report titled, Revisiting the STEM Workforce explains there are many positions that require STEM that have traditional thought of as STEM jobs such as sales, marketing, and management. The NSB is the policymaking body for the National Science Foundation and has made several recommendations to strengthen the U.S. stem workforce.
Trenton, NJ – In a press conference this week, the New Jersey Senate Republican leadership released a 36 bill package to improve the state of innovation, the strengthen the workforce and grow the economy. The bills seek to usher in growth through policies pertaining to science and technology, STEM education, improving the state’s existing economic development practices, regulation reductions as well as agriculture enhancements without adding additional costs to the budget.
Princeton, NJ - Siegfried Russwurm, Member of Managing Board & Chief Technology Officer, Siemens AG joined leadership and employees from Siemens Real Estate (SRE) and Siemens Corporate Technology (CT) US for a ribbon cutting to reveal the newly renovated CT research & development facility. The Princeton location has transformed into a Siemens New Way of Working (NewWow) workspace, including the construction of new, state-of-the-art labs that will allow researchers to develop high-impact innovations to help CT’s customers enhance their competitiveness.
Six New Jersey Manufacturing Myth
Trenton, NJ - Manufacturing is alive and well in America and it lives in New Jersey. In the 21st century, advances in technology have liberated the best of the manufacturing industry. The death of manufacturing is only a myth as New Jersey manufacturers continues to compete and expand in the global marketplace.
Newark, NJ - The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is looking to become a an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University through the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities (APLU). It has begun an extensive undertaking to help enhance the universities economic engagement, impact and effectiveness in New Jersey.
East Windsor Township, NJ - Aurobindo Pharma USA has purchased 90 acres in East Windsor Township to build a new distribution center, which could bring 300 new jobs to the state, Mayor Janice S. Mironov announced Tuesday.
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