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Tech Company Taps High School for Future Talent

While demand for workers skilled in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is at an all-time high, technology firms are struggling to find enough experienced workers to fill positions.

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While demand for workers skilled in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is at an all-time high, technology firms are struggling to find enough experienced workers to fill positions. Companies like New Hampshire’s Dyn, which helps high-profile clients manage internet traffic, are establishing high school education programs to train students to be future engineers in tech-heavy fields. (The Wall Street Journal)

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