The Census Bureau reported Thursday, amid a U.S. push to get more students interested in science, technology and math, often called STEM, that 74% of those with a bachelor’s degree in these subjects don’t work in STEM jobs. According to data from the Census’ 2012 American Community Survey, the likelihood of landing a STEM job varies by major, ranging from half of those who focused on engineering, computers, math and statistics to only 26% of those who concentrated on physical science, 10% who majored in psychology and 7% who studied social science.
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