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The special double-edition magazine features a flip-side issue on Cybersecurity exploring this booming field in tech

Careers with STEM: Code 2019 is here to remind you that careers in tech and computer science are for everyone!

We can’t know exactly what the jobs of the future will look like, but we know digital technology will be a driving force. According to one report, more than half of Australian workers will need to be able to “use, configure or build digital systems” in the next 2-3 years. And digital skills are valuable not just in the tech sphere, but across almost every industry, from agriculture to mining and tourism. 

In our latest issue, we:

    • Investigate the gender gap in computer science and what’s being done to close it;
    • Discover how to launch a career in gaming development;
    • Learn how computer science can be used to connect us to culture, to health and wellbeing, in traditional careers like law and finance, in education to change the way we learn and teach, and to help us reach for the stars in Australia’s fast-growing space sector;
    • Find tips and advice on how to kick off your tech career, whether you’re starting or finishing high school or about to choose your electives;
    • Meet people with real-life tech careers working for organisations like Google, Atlassian, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and CSIRO.
    • Access events, programs and tools to help you skill-up quickly or find your study paths.

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Gemma Chilton

Author: Gemma Chilton

Gemma has a degree in journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney and spent a semester studying environmental journalism in Denmark. She has been writing about science and engineering for over a decade.

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