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First things first: Go thank a veteran. Don’t wait for a holiday to come around before you shake their hand. Do it on a daily basis. Whether you meet a you meet a retiree in the grocery store or a millennial on the disc golf course, thank them. Though, if you ask me, the best way to thank a veteran is by giving him or her a STEM job.

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Even with the economic recovery, recent graduates have it rough. Unemployment among young people remains high and wages remain depressed. Frequently, graduates accept low-wage positions that do not utilize their degrees.

However, one group of recent graduates —those looking for STEM jobs—has it easier than their peers.