Jobs in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) related careers are booming. The demand for skilled workers is high and the available talent pool of STEM graduates is not keeping up with the demand.
Our research explores the various STEM fields and highlights opportunities for both students and teachers to investigate together. When considering the future of STEM it is important to analyze the trends of both females and other underrepresented groups considering these fields.
- 74% of high school students in STEM classes are in a career pipeline that will require STEM skills.
- However, more work remains to be done to encourage more females and other underrepresented groups to pursue STEM education and careers.
Check out the research findings below for more!