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Careers with STEM: Engineering magazine 2018

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What’s in the new Careers with STEM: Engineering mag?

Engineering is one of the fastest growing employment sectors across Australia. Engineers work across multiple industries, in jobs that can deliver great pay, and in sectors that can transform our future infrastructure, finance, manufacturing, medical and creative industries.

Engineering career pathways are set to explode, and this issue looks at which jobs are most sought after, how to get into engineering, what ATAR students should aim for as well as non-uni pathways, apprenticeships, and the top skills engineers can take into other careers.

Discover the skill sets you need for a successful engineering career. From problem-solving, to leading change it’s all in this issue of Careers with STEM: Engineering.

– Meet engineers making change. You won’t believe what these women and men are working on.

– Learn about the companies employing future engineers: banks, telcos, government.

– Find the right engineering pathway for you. Take the quiz, or be inspired by our engineers in the spotlight.

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Eliza Brockwell

Author: Eliza Brockwell

Eliza is the Digital Producer for Careers with STEM. Eliza is passionate about creating content that encourages diversity of representation in STEM.

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