Ex-Sen. Sununu, tech firms push house to raise visa cap for STEM Workers
Nearly one in every four jobs produced in Houston is a STEM job — requiring knowledge of science, technology, engineering or math. The number of American graduates in STEM fields falls well short of demand. The H-1B visa program allows foreigners pursuing these fields to study and work in the United States.
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