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What do you believe is the best career that incorporates all parts of STEM?

STEM has a huge part in many careers, and with many careers to choose from, having the most involvement of STEM elements can sway what someone would want to look for in their career. #engineering #career #science #technology #math #stem #japan #career-options #experiences

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bridget’s Answer

Hi Eduardo:


The best career in STEM is the one you find the most interesting!


Or, you could reference what "US News" has to say about the top 25 STEM jobs for 2016: http://money.usnews.com/careers/slideshows/the-25-best-stem-jobs-of-2016


Take a peek and see what appeals to you - there are many unique positions, some you might not have considered! Examples: Actuary, Industrial Psychologist, Information Security Analyst.

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Ken’s Answer

Hi Eduardo!


Bridget is right. It all depends upon what is right for you. Finding an appropriate career area is like buying a pair of shoes. They may look great, but you need to try them on and walk in them for a while to determine proper level of fit and comfort. Here is a listing of possibilities:
http://money.usnews.com/careers/slideshows/the-25-best-stem-jobs-of-2016


When you find something interesting, here are some people who can help you to learn more:
- talk to your school counselor about becoming involved in coop, intern, volunteer, and shadowing programs that allow you to learn morel
- talk to the head of alumni relations to arrange to talk to graduates of your school who are working in those areas


Best of luck!

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