Apart from the remarkable education system, the USA also provides wonderful career opportunities. Due to the varied insight into different fields of study offered by universities of the USA, it broadens the scope of the career path that the student chooses. In 2016, a massive effort was taken to allow graduates from STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to stay for 24 months and get work experience. On completion of the degree, international students are legally authorized to work in the USA for about a year. An international student needs to apply for Optional Practical Training Employment Authorization (OPT). Most of the students get inducted into the company that hires them during the OPT period by sponsoring their work visa or H1-B. This visa is granted by employers that are hiring international students in fields like software, engineering, accountancy, teaching or marketing. Once this H1-B work visa is granted, the student can work in the US.