Opinion: The Truth About The Great American Science Shortfall
Michael Teitelbaum, a senior research associate in the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School, laid out the evidence for journalists Saturday at the USC-hosted conference of the Education Writers Association: If there were a big, general shortage of these workers, you would expect to see their wages rising. That hasn’t happened.
There would be relatively low and declining unemployment rates compared with people of similar educational levels. Hasn’t happened. There should be faster-than-average employment growth, which is occurring in some occupations but not others.