STEM

 

The Government is encouraging more young people to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) related subjects because they give young people the skills they will need for a wide range of careers in the future.

 

Studying and working in STEM will enable young people to learn about the world of work, and find innovative solutions to real-world challenges, whilst playing a role in some of the country’s major discoveries and developments.

 

It has been predicted that 75 per cent of all jobs over the next 10 years will require STEM skills – so young people should consider this when choosing subjects and planning for future careers.

 

For more information on where STEM can take you look at these websites:

 

This is Engineering

 

Science Careers Pathways

 

Tomorrow’s Engineers

 

The SmallPeice Trust

 

Future Morph

 

Stemettes