Careers with STEM magazines

Our entire back catalogue is available to read free online

Subscribe to get your print copy of Careers with STEM each term for just $25/year

Flick through our current edition below. Alternatively you can also find links to digital editions of our entire catalogue below.

Latest edition: Careers with STEM: Maths & Data 2022

Maths & data skills will equip you for the data jobs of the future!

Maths is the language of STEM, and maths and data skills are crucial to the jobs of the future. In this issue, we bust maths myths, highlight real-life career role models, and inspire the next generation of maths & data professionals in Australia.

Flip the cover to find our special 7-page Economics section (also available free online), sponsored by the Reserve Bank of Australia. Meet real economists with diverse paths; discover the niche career opportunities that come from combining economics with your other passion or interest; and take the next steps on your own study and career path in this exciting and important field!

Browse the entire Careers with STEM back catalogue here

Careers with STEM: Special Editions

Our quarterly Careers with STEM magazines on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics regularly feature special flip-cover editions covering topics ranging from Cyber Security to Economics, Space and more.

Browse the entire back catologue of Careers with STEM special editions here

About the Careers with STEM magazines

The Careers with STEM magazines for students offer inspiration to young Australians to get involved in STEM and explore future careers. The series is supported by digital marketing, social media, video and via the Careers with STEM website. Careers with STEM magazines for students are distributed to all Australian schools and supported by regular e-newsletters to STEM classrooms. Careers with STEM focuses on STEM + X, where ‘X’ is your passion, another field or a world issue. It takes STEM beyond the classroom and into the careers of the future, which may rapidly shift from the increased pace of digital disruption. It’s about the innovation that happens at the intersection of cross-disciplinary study, research and at the start of young people’s lives.