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- Science, Technology and Mathematics
Science, Technology and Mathematics
- Are you extremely good at mathematics?
- Are you interested in science and research?
- Do you love chemistry?
If you said YES to ONE of these questions – this job sector may interest you.
Careers and jobs under Science, Technology & Mathematics usually require a university degree.
Not all scientists work in laboratories, but that’s where some of the most exciting and world-changing discoveries are made!
Scientists, Technology graduates and Mathematicians can also be found in company boardrooms, government departments, non-profit organisations and in the private sector.
If you want more information about careers in Science, Technology & Mathematics, click on the different sectors on the left (or below) to find different and interesting job descriptions.
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