While competition for jobs has doubled since COVID-19 kicked off, information technology gigs are back in demand.
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Having a strong social life and being adaptive has helped UTS first year engineering students ace their studies during COVID-19.
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Women in engineering bust common myths and stereotypes persisting about their exciting careers
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) institutions are calling for people in STEM to stand against racism and back justice, equality and respect.
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