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Popular science, technology, engineering and mathematics kind of labor supply will be increased demand in US.Science, technology, engineering and mathematics workers will drive US innovation and competitiveness by new ideas, new companies and new industries in US. However, US employers frequently concern the supply and availability of this kind of workers. Over the past 10 years, growth in this kind of jobs was three times as fast as growth to general jobs in US. This kind of US workers are also less likely to experience joblessness than other kinds of workers. In the future, science, technology, engineering and mathematics workers will play a key role to grow and raise stability of the US economy.Bureau of labor statistics, ESA calculation 2010 and 2018 year. indicated these kinds of technology, science and engineering workers had been increasing 7.9% from 2000 to 2010 year growth as well as these kinds of workers had been increasing 17% from 2008 to 2018 year growth. Otherwise, other kinds of workers had been increasing 2.6% from 2000 to 2020 year growth as well as these kinds of workers had been increasing 9.8% from 2008 to 2018 year growth. Hence, these kinds of science, technology and engineering workers increasing rate and increasing level are more than other kinds of workers both twenty years.The other occupations include positions, such as educators, managers, technicians, health-care professionals or social scientists. The science occupation divides four categories: computer and mathematics, engineering and surveying, physical and life science four categories. The reasons why these kinds of jobs will be trend popularly. We define these kinds of degree holders as persons whose primary or secondary undergraduate major was in a science, engineering or technological field. To using similar logic to what we used in our occupation selection, we exclude business, healthcare, and social science majors. The US department of commerce, economics and statistics administration analysis showed that a science, technology, engineering and math. (STEM) degree is the typical path to a job related to those kinds of degrees or more than two-thirds of the 4.7 million (STEM) workers with a college degree has an undergraduate (STEM) degree. However, this does not necessarily mean that (STEM) field or their jobs . For example, only 35 per cent of college educated computer and mathematic workers have a degree in computer science or math. Thus, these past data explained that it is possible US science, technology, engineering and mathematics employers will increase needs and why many US students choose to study these subjects in US. Thus, future US economic growth will depend on developing these kinds of science, technology, engineering and mathematics industries.