Careers with STEM has launched a new range of free e-magazines deep diving into the hottest, most in-demand STEM jobs.
In addition to our regular quarterly Careers with STEM magazines, we have launched a new range of e-magazines: Careers with STEM Job Kits. These free 8-page downloads are your introduction to some of the hottest, most in-demand STEM careers of today.
“If you have a passion for solving problems and discovering innovative ways of doing things, then machine learning and technology might be the career path for you,” says WiseTech Global founder and CEO, Richard White.
Preparing students for the jobs of the future
Careers with STEM founder and co-CEO, Heather Catchpole, says the new Job Kits are intended to better prepare students for the jobs of the future.
“We want to equip today’s students with the tools they need to enter the workforce and show the diversity of careers accessible to today’s engineers, so we created two short, eye-catching Job Kits to deep dive into two of the fastest growing career areas,” she says.
“Machine learning is a fast-growing field of engineering applicable to many industries, from gaming to agriculture, health, digital retail and advanced robotics. Plus, software engineering employment opportunities are predicted to grow by 21% over the next eight years, much faster than many other career areas,” she says.
We hope these new free Job Kits will provide a valuable resource for parents, teachers and careers advisors, and that they will play a role in fostering more diversity in STEM.
“Engineering is so much more than a hard hat! These two Job Kits provide real-world examples of the paths, tasks, people and employment opportunities in these dynamic careers,” says Heather.
“The opportunity is there for all students to explore the great career possibilities in machine learning and software engineering, and thanks to industry we can share these new Job Kits with the widest possible audiences.”
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