Jobs that require at least some STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math, knowledge make up a big chunk of the St. Louis region's economy.
That’s according to a new report from the Brookings Institution.
Usually, researchers consider a plant scientist or electrical engineer as someone with a STEM job.
After only two years of doing business in north St. Louis, the grocery store known as the Old North Grocery Co-Op may soon close down.
Store manager Jill Whitmann says re-vamping the co-op’s business model to rely primarily on volunteers will help shore up more funds before the end of May, when the budget will tighten.
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