The Guardian recently reported that about half of science graduates in the UK find work related to what they studied. While some say that this kind of trend leads to a shortage of STEM scientists and will lead to young students shying away from the sciences, the paper's Imran Khan says a STEM degree prepares students for a wide array of careers, and that this versatility should be lauded.

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