Since 2000, the number of STEM jobs in the USA (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) has sped past the number of non-STEM jobs by three times. Even still, there may not be enough graduates to fill open positions in those fields. Kenneth Hecht of the National STEM Honor Society said people should be aware of how many times in a day they touch a phone, tablet, or computer. These sectors are accelerating so fast that high school students will have jobs waiting for them that don’t even exist yet. STEM covers both long-established and high-tech professions. STEM jobs in demand include informatics, cloud computing, and software developers. Jobs also included are for actuaries, critical care nurses, epidemiologists, and cartographers. There are many opportunities available for you and your family living in the United States. Contact USAFIS and speak with one of their representatives. They will walk you through the process and answer any questions you have.
Positions in the healthcare and medical sector have skyrocketed due to the global pandemic and aging populations, but computer technology is traditionally the number one major that students from abroad choose within STEM. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, US jobs in information technology and computer science has a projection of 11 percent growth from 2019 to 2029. Positions in big data, cloud computing, and information security will be in high demand in 2029. Contact USAFIS today and begin the application process for immigration to the United States.