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Up to 4.6 million jobs could be at risk within a decade if Australia fails to create a workforce for the future, according to a new discussion paper released by startups advocacy group, StartupAUS.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to be made compulsory for all Australian students in senior years of high school, with such competency a requirement for university entry.
It’s becoming clear that 50:50 gender targets aren’t realistic as there are not enough women but there’s a silver lining in mid-tier organisations.
STEM skills should be taught at a much younger age if there is any hope of filling the growing skills gap, according to Hays Recruitment's A/NZ boss, Nick Deligiannis.
Senior government official says the landmark education reform bill is a possible template for addressing shortage of technical workers and bridging the gender gap in IT.
Whitepapers about STEM
Australia is refining its focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects to produce the skills that today's students will need to be active members of tomorrows workforce. Choosing the right technology is essential - but do you know how to make that choice?
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