In any case, is it really a critical issue? The principal question is one of supply. Are colleges delivering enough quality researchers, innovation specialists, designers, and mathematicians? Harold Salzman of Rutgers University and his exploration associate, B. Lindsay Lowell of Georgetown University in Washington D.C., uncovered in a recent report that, in opposition to across the board recognition, the United States kept on creating science and building graduates. In any case, less than half really acknowledged occupations in their field of aptitude. They are moving into deals, advertising, and medicinal services occupations.