Free maths e-magazine out now!

Careers with STEM Maths and Data 2020 free digital magazine

The latest edition of Careers with STEM magazine is out now, all about careers that use maths and data everyday. 

Produced quarterly, Careers with STEM magazine is all about inspiring and informing you about the jobs of the future. In our latest edition, you’ll find out how maths and data has been central to how the world has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, plus meet a real-life health data scientist.

You’ll also meet maths & data experts helping us understand everything from extreme weather and bushfires to YouTube trends and our online shopping habits! Discover how data is like the bricks and mortar for building smarter and more liveable cities in the 21st century, plus how we’re using maths to boost athletic performance.

We also chatted to an #instafamous tradie about why you really shouldn’t drop maths!

Get inspired about where maths and data could take you with our latest issue – flick through above, or it’s available to read, embed or download for free here.

Teachers and parents can also download a free supplementary classroom worksheet here.

Get the most out of the magazine with a free webinar during National Careers Week!

On 18 May, during National Careers Week, Careers with STEM founder Heather Catchpole will host a free webinar in which she’ll take you through our latest issue and how to make the most of this free careers resource – whether you’re using it at home or in the classroom.

Register here.

Please note that due to the impacts of the COVID-19 slow-down, Careers with STEM: Maths & Data 2020 is currently available as a digital edition only. Print editions can be pre-ordered and will be available from July 2020.

Gemma Chilton

Author: Gemma Chilton

Gemma is the Managing Editor of Careers with STEM magazine. She has previously worked as Digital Managing Editor at Australian Geographic and a staff writer at Cosmos science magazine.


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