Many businesses need highly numerate and analytical STEM-skilled people for financial positions in their companies.
- 58 per cent of employers across all sectors need STEM-skilled people to design and innovate new products and services.
- Nearly a quarter of employers value STEM skills in sales and marketing roles.
The analytical, problem-solving skills you get studying STEM are quite possibly the most useful skills you can get your hands on. Employers are always keen to take on people with a STEM background.
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