As a human resource executive for a tech company, Denise Stott's not concerned about distributing pink slips or dealing with the recovering economy. To the contrary, Stott's concerns involve the frustration of not being able to find the right talent to fill job openings because her company needs STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) workers -- a scarcity in today's talent market.
Stott, vice president of human resources at Yodle, a fast-growing New York-based technology company that provides local online marketing to small businesses, says her challenge is finding and then competing for in-demand STEM workers.
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