At the same time, the competition for talent has never been more fierce. The global unemployment rate is as low as it’s been in over a decade, according to the International Labour Organization, and is even lower among the world’s wealthiest countries, which means people have options. Every industry is looking for new ways to lure top talent and keep them. The problem is even more heightened for STEM—science, technology, engineering and math—positions. For example, in India, the shortage of skilled STEM talent doubled from 2014 to 2018, according to job site Indeed, and the U.S.