According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were approximately 8.6 million STEM jobs in May 2015, with the highest jobs in software development, user support, and systems analysts. Despite the high number of jobs, the lack of skilled workers in the labor force allow these positions to go unfilled. To make matters worse, the existing STEM workforce lacks diversity among women and minorities, not representing the emerging workforce of women and underrepresented groups.
We recently had the opportunity to speak with Jason Aspiotis, Founder and CEO of Finsophy PBC. Finsophy connects customers, banks, and organizations to create a positive cycle of mission-aligned capital. Read on to learn more about how the company is leveraging technology for social good.
[Editor's Note: Qualcomm will be speaking at the Chamber Foundation's upcoming International Women's Day Forum: The Equality Opportunity.