Returning to STEM
Returning to STEM

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Returning to STEM

6 Summary

This week you have learned about the latest developments in STEM employment and the expected growth areas. You should now be:

  • aware of the latest overall trends and issues in your chosen field
  • aware of government publications on trends in STEM and investment strategies
  • able to consider career options relevant to your background and experience.

Next week, you will be exploring the changes that are happening in the way people work and, in particular, reviewing new ways of flexible and agile working that are becoming increasingly possible and widespread. You’ll then look at your legal entitlements as well as considering options of working for yourself.

You can now go to Week 4 [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] .

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