Tuesday, November 30, 2021
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5 Future City Shaper Jobs

Imagine a world where skyscrapers power themselves, walkable access to amenities is a priority and there is an infrastructure, health and educational balance across all community demographics… that’s the vision of a future city shaper.

Celebrating alternative pathways: The A-Z of VET

Bagging a three-year bachelor’s degree isn’t the only way to kickstart a career in tech!

Everything you need to know about landing a job in tech

We asked some of Australia and New Zealand’s biggest tech employers for their inside tips on how to land a job.

Want an exciting STEM career? Introducing our new range of Job Kits!

Careers with STEM has launched a new range of free e-magazines deep diving into the hottest, most in-demand STEM jobs.

Our biggest issue ever is out now!

We're seeing out 2020 with a bang (and a sigh of relief) with the launch of our biggest ever edition of Careers with STEM...

4 surprising cyber security career paths

These four experts all work for one of the world’s biggest cyber security companies – but took very different paths to get there

10 Aussie universities ranked by how many grads have scored jobs

According to a recent survey, there are 10 Aussie unis that are most-likely to secure graduates gigs in their chosen disciplines.
First student rocket launch Queensland

First-ever student-built rocket to launch next year

Students from the University of Queensland (UQ) could become the first to fly a student-built rocket into space next year.
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How to become an engineer: Live webinar recording

So you want to become an engineer? In this live webinar recording, Careers with STEM co-founder and journalist Heather Catchpole online speed tests the latest edition of Careers with STEM: Engineering and talks to three engineers working on some fascinating challenges and learns about how they got involved in their careers.

Meet the faces behind STEM’s most surprising art/science careers

Science and art go hand-in-hand. The five women here not only prove this statement is true, but also defy other STEM stereotypes.
RMIT University graduation

5 ways to keep it real during your STEM degree

How to graduate with real-world skills to land a 21st century job
Hacking for social good

Hacking for social good

Here's why engineering is a career choice for social good: you get to hack innovative humanitarian solutions for Pacific Islands

Meet the 17-year-old entrepreneur developing the coolest study app 

Eric Rametta
Eric Rametta is setting out to change the game for students tackling multiple subjects, timetables and exams to cram for 

The world needs more women in IT

Women in IT
A new report by Monash University's Faculty of IT has identified three main factors that play into why women are encouraged or discouraged into going into IT.

Want to save the planet? Study environmental engineering

environmental engineering university of adelaide
Solve climate change? Check. Make renewables better? Check. Help the government make greener policies? You bet! Studying...