October 14, 2011 by Joshua Wright
Recently, our users have expressed a lot of interest in STEM occupations. (STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.) Our blog editor, Josh Wright, posted an article on states with the highest concentration of STEM workers, and a number of folks have inquired about seeing the same type of analysis in their region.
We’ve actually built definitions for STEM into the tool, which should make that analysis pretty painless. The following video will walk you through the process of accessing those groups, and then give a few pointers for analyzing that data.[podcast format=”video”]http://www.economicmodeling.com/wp-content/uploads/20111013-A3-Stem-Occ-Groups.m4v[/podcast]
If you have any further questions about STEM, or need help creating the “non-STEM occupation group” mentioned in the video, contact Josh Stevenson.