Here's last year's report and summary:
State of the St. Louis Workforce
Photo of Alan Spell presenting the State of St. Louis STEM Workforce Report on Sept. 9, 2014.
The Workforce Solutions Group invites you to download the 2014 State of St. Louis STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Workforce Report.
Discover and review the latest STEM workforce research and intelligence that examine issues such as:
- The recovering economy
- A very competitive labor market
- The premium on knowledge workers
- The supply and demand for STEM talent
- How to develop the region's STEM workforce
- The need for qualified STEM graduates
Read more about the event:
STLCC’s Latest STEM Workforce Research Uncovers Perceptions on Talent, Employment Growth
St. Louis Community College’s Workforce Solutions Group presented the State of St. Louis STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Workforce Report highlighting assessment, analysis and review of the latest STEM workforce research and intelligence. The findings were released today to nearly 400 business and community leaders at STLCC’s Forest Park campus as part of a St. Louis Business Journal seminar series. A panel of distinguished corporate executives representing key employing industries also provided a robust discussion of key findings from the regional survey of more than 500 employers in STEM-related industries.
Infographic: State of St. Louis STEM Workforce 2014
Our 4-page summary infographic tells the St. Louis STEM workforce story in five clusters: Why STEM?, Finding the Right Skills, Finding the Right People, STEM Pays, and Employer Outlook.
Photo Gallery From 2014 State of St. Louis STEM Workforce Event
Enjoy our assortment of photos from this year's event. The State of St. Louis Workforce Report is brought to you each year by the Workforce Solutions Group of St. Louis Community College.
HEC-TV Presents: The 2014 State of St. Louis Workforce Focusing on STEM
St. Louis Community College’s Workforce Solutions Group presents the annual State of St. Louis Workforce Report at the STLCC - Forest Park campus on September 10, 2014. The St. Louis Business Journal sponsored the event, which focused on the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) Industry. Panelists included: Brian Crouse, Vice President of Education, Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Patrick Sly, Executive Vice President, Emerson; Derek Bartlem, Head of Research, USA KWS Gateway Research Center; Ann Cuiellette Marr, Vice President of Human Resources, World Wide Technologies; Alan Spell, Research Manager, Missouri Economic Research and Information Center; and Roderick Nunn, Interim President, STLCC–Forest Park.