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Video playlist: STEM careers that start with E!

STEM careers that start with the letter E

Not sure what you want to study after school?

Let’s narrow things down for you by shining a light on five epic STEM careers that start with E! Yep, it’s super specific, but totally shows off just how broad, interesting and exciting study and career paths in STEM can be. Can you think of any other STEM careers that start with E? Shout ’em out in the comments below.

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STEM careers that start with E

1. Economist

We spoke to three economists at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to find out how they got their awesome jobs, what it’s like to be an economist, and their advice for those who want to follow in their footsteps.

2. Extreme weather expert

Trying to figure out *weather* or not a meteorology study and career path is for you? We can help! We’ve summed up everything you need to know about becoming a meteorologist in 60 seconds! From handy qualifications to where you’ll work, it’s all in there. You’ll even get to meet someone working in the field – Dr Adam Morgan.

3. Energy specialist

Relying on fossil fuels for our energy resources has created big challenges for our planet. We’re now focusing on renewable, clean energy resources, but we need ways to find, extract, store and recycle that energy. The job of a future energy specialist is to find those solutions. Interested in a career as a Future Energy Specialist? Check out this webinar to learn more and meet the people who are shaping our energy future, brought to you by QUT.

4. Engineer

We spoke to two engineers about how they landed their amazing roles at Commonwealth Bank and Telstra, and got their advice for anyone who wants to follow in their footsteps.

5. Ethical hacker

In this webinar you’ll hear from ethical hacker, Jessica Cruz. Jessica is a RMIT software engineering graduate, who realised she preferred ‘breaking things’ and is working for PriceWaterhouse Coopers as a Cyber Security and Digital Trust Consultant. Jessica also refers to herself as an ‘ethical hacker’, or ‘white hat’. She works with clients from a variety of industries, and on any given day can be found trying to hack into everything from internal systems to websites, mobile applications, cloud services, and critical infrastructure to help make systems more secure.

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