Discover the tech careers of today and tomorrow

Available as a print resource or free online, Careers with STEM: Technology 2021 is 60 fun, bright pages of inspiration and information all about the tech jobs of today and tomorrow.

Technology is the key to a fairer, healthier, brighter future. In this edition, we explore jobs in current and emerging tech, and how you can combine technology with your passion for anything from retail to law, or tech for social good.

Read the career stories of real-life people like Marina Deletic, a customer engineer at Google and lover of AI and baking.

We spoke to real-life professionals with diverse careers and career paths from across Australia and New Zealand, including non-uni grads. In this valuable resource for high school students, we bring you their inspiring study and career stories, tips and advice.

You will also discover the top tech trends of 2021, plus tips and advice on how to start taking steps towards your dream career path in technology today.

Includes a special Cyber Security edition! 

Featured on the flip-cover of Careers with STEM: Technology, we showcase cyber security career paths and opportunities, in sectors including communications, crime fighting and agriculture.

Discover top employers in cyber security and whether cyber security is the right fit for you.

Thanks to the support of Google, high schools in Australia and New Zealand had the opportunity to order up to 100 free print copies of our latest magazine – and more than 10,000 will be distributed from this week!

Purchase Careers with STEM: Technology 2021 print magazine or subscribe to Careers with STEM for just $25/year.

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Gemma Chilton

Author: Gemma Chilton

Gemma is the Managing Editor of Careers with STEM magazine. She has previously worked as Digital Managing Editor at Australian Geographic and a staff writer at Cosmos science magazine.


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