March 23, 2017
Health and Life Sciences Career Pathways
What is the demand for Health Care occupations in Missouri? What type of skills are required for these occupations? What employers are hiring? The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Pathway Summary answers these questions for the Health Care and Life Sciences Pathway occupations for the state and each region in Missouri. See all the regions by clicking here.
Educational Attainment Visualization in America
Kyle Walker and the Texas Christian University (TCU) Center for Urban Studies has developed an interactive dot-density map of the US population aged 25 and over by educational attainment. Data are summarized into five categories, which represent the highest education attained: less than high school; high school or equivalent; some college or associate's degree; bachelor's degree; and graduate degree. Click here to zoom in on Missouri.