India Inc Can Address STEM Skills Gap In Biden-led US: Nasscom

India-US bilateral trade increased to $149 billion in 2019 from $37 billion in 2005, a 400% jump, led by technology sector of both the countries.

BENGALURU : Indian IT industry’s apex body Nasscom is looking forward to working with the Joe Biden government to find solutions to address the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills gap in the US enabling the country to create more jobs and be more competitive.

“The Indian technology industry makes significant contributions to the US economy and workforce, including local investments and job creation, workforce development, and upskilling their US employees,” Nasscom said in a statement on Thursday.

Source: livemint

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