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According to research conducted by labor market analytics and consulting firm Burning Glass, the future is looking bright, or brighter, for college students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) — especially if they are looking to go into healthcare, IT, or engineering & advanced manufacturing. Indeed, according to Burning Glass’s findings, STEM graduates have access to twice as many entry-level jobs as non-STEM graduates — and the pay is better too, $66,123 compared to $52,299.