STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) job opportunities in India have increased throughout the years. With advancements in several areas of science and technology, the trend that’s on the lookout for top tech talent across sectors may continue. Read the press articles below to learn why STEM professionals have been on demand.

STEM and digital profiles high on wish lists: randstad survey.

There is an increasing need for professionals in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) domain, according to the latest findings of the Randstad Workmonitor survey. About 78 percent of the respondents indicated that there is an increasing need for professionals in the STEM space. The survey also revealed that 89 percent of the respondents believe that more students should focus on a career within STEM to find a steady career path.

A vast majority of the survey respondents (89 percent) also agree that their employer should invest more resources in developing digital skills, thus highlighting that social and digital literacy are becoming major must-haves for new age employees. Additionally, 87 percent of the survey respondents also indicated that if they were 18 years old again, they would opt for a study field within STEM and an even higher percentage (89 percent) mentioned that they would focus on a study field within digital/online. An almost equivalent number of male and female respondents (more than 85 percent) agreed with the above two statements.
Read more at Business Standard

Randstad Workmonitor Survey: STEM offers big job opportunities

NEW DELHI: There is growing demand for talent in the  (science, technology, engineering and math) domain in India, show the findings of a survey conducted by a global HR services company.

About 90% of the respondents to the Randstad Workmonitor survey believed that more students should focus on STEM to find a steady career path. A majority also agreed that their employer should use more resources in developing digital skills, thus highlighting that social and digital literacy are becoming major must-haves for new-age employees.
Read more at The Economic Times
 

STEM work opportunities are here to stay.

The technological advances that surround us come with an increased need for science, technology, engineering, and math professionals. Therefore, careers that cover these industries become even more prominent and important in the coming years. To get more information on how to keep your employees engaged and motivated, read more about talent management. If you’re looking for high-paying jobs in India, be sure to check out our IT jobs.