Are you interested in a career in STEM?
Research has shown that students who pursue a career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) areas earn a median hourly wage that is double that of a non-STEM career. Some STEM careers in high demand are Natural Sciences Managers, Chemical Engineers, Biomedical Engineers, Microbiologists, Medical Scientists, Conservation Scientists, Clinical Laboratory technologists and Materials Engineers. Job openings in STEM fields are projected to grow over 19% in the next decade, so it’s more important than ever to investigate the exciting career options available and the steps needed to reach your career goals! Get started by visiting our college and career resources below.