While most of the STEM jobs by 2018 will require

27 September, 2013

While most of the STEM jobs by 2018 will require at least a bachelor’s degree, there are two STEM occupations (electrical and electronic engineering technicians and surveying and mapping technicians) in which students with either some college (including postsecondary certificate holders) or associate degrees will earn more on average than workers who hold bachelor’s degrees — although the differences are rather small.

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