Sajan Pillai: STEM ‘the prosperity mechanism’ for the world

The Washington Post’s Mary Jordan talked to CEOs about how critical a stronger STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) pipeline is to their companies. Sajan Pillai, CEO of IT service provider UST Global, said his company was hiring and training young people in inner cities in the United States, along with thousands in Mexico and India, for high tech jobs.

The Washington Post's Mary Jordan talked to four CEOs about how critical a stronger STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) pipeline is to their companies. Sajan Pillai, CEO of IT service provider UST Global, said his company was hiring and training young people in inner cities in the United States, along with thousands in Mexico and India, for high tech jobs. (The Washington Post)

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