It is no secret that the STEM industry and the allied job market are big drivers of technological advancement and monetary growth in any economy. In the United States of America as per the Bureau of Labour & Statistics (BLS) in the years leading up to 2029, STEM workforce requirements are expected to grow by 8%. The IT sector has greener predictions as usual, with ‘Software Development’ showing a 22% increase in demand. In the US, STEM Jobs pay comparatively much better than other jobs, the median hourly wage rate is around $40, while for other non-STEM jobs the median hourly wage rate is almost $20. Noting the trend, the US Department of Education has strategically invested $540 million in ramping up efforts to promote STEM in schools and universities.