If 95% of people did this there'd be two surpluses: (1) People educated for nothing except STEM careers. All those jobs have a finite number of vacancies. (2) A surplus of unhappy people - qualified only for jobs of a type they really didn't want and won't be happy with. They wanted to be librarians, Psychologists, writers, Spanish teachers etc. STEM only suits so many people. This sounds like one-dimensional, "flat-file" thinking. We need Quantum, here. People DO succeed in other jobs - thank goodness. I won't deny there's a problem. but THIS is not the answer. Besides, it would be inconvenient for someone VERY important - ME. Where would I go to learn Spanish, get my head straightened out or borrow books?