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STEM Breakfast: 5/8/2013 Kabir Shahani
Kabir Shahani, CEO, Appature, Inc., shared his personal take on the the growing demand for STEM skills in Seattle, particularly in regards to the technology industry.
There are 25,000 unfilled jobs in Washington as a result of the job skills gap and by 2017 it could grow by 50,000. Eighty percent of those jobs are in high-skill STEM jobs and health care roles.
Puget Sound Business Journal article featuring the great work of many of our partners.
Over the next 18 months, Washington STEM's R&D team will partner with educators, researchers, and technologists to tackle the grand challenge of reimagining professional development for teachers.