"In science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)," Jim Russell writes at Pacific Standard, "does the United States face a talent shortage or not? Like the brain drain issue, I started out on the side of crisis. The more I study the problem, the more I agree with “The Myth of the Science and Engineering Shortage.” Earlier today, I read a rebuttal to that argument and it gave me pause:

'Let’s look at [Teitelbaum’s claims]. First, he, like most of the shortage deniers, argues that “U.S. higher education produces far more science and engineering graduates annually than there are S & E...

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