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This is what more energy jobs means for the US

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The E3 Energy Summit, hosted by the West Texas Energy Consortium, took place in Abiline, Texas, on July 19. Jacki Daily of "The Jackie Daily Show" attended and interviewed a number of energy and education professionals who were there to teach and explore this year's theme: "Building a Bridge Between the Classroom and Career."

WTEC's Executive Director, Katherine Stokes, said that many energy jobs do not require a four year degree, so career and technical schools are great places to obtain an adequate STEM education, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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