STEM Education and the Workplace
5 September 2012
The Office of the Chief Scientist has released the fourth issue in the Occasional Paper Series, titled: STEM Education and the Workplace. The paper examines science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills, employer demand for graduates in STEM, and how Australian universities can best prepare STEM graduates to take up roles in the wider economy, as well as in academic research.
A copy of the fourth issue can be downloaded here.