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Careers where you don't spend a lot of time on the computer?

I'm looking through potential careers and I'm considering looking at a career where the amount of time spent on a computer is minimized. I prefer more outfield or hands-on type of work but is also STEM-related. I don't object to having to use a computer at least half the time, I just don't want...

#engineer #stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by John G.
Jared Chung | Founder at CareerVillage.org I don't see any reason you would have to spend all ...

How would I go about pursuing a STEM career?

I'm just genuinely interested #career...

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Active Mar 06 at 06:58

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Posted by Morgan T.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Morgan! You asked a very interesting and important question. Here ...

What does it mean to study STEM?

I was wondering what it means to study the fields of science, technology, mathematics, and engineering....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Dominick L.
syed nouheer STEM is an acronym for the fields of science, technology, engineering ...

What are engineering classes like in college?

I'm going into college next year and I'm wanting to know what I'm getting myself into. #college...

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Active Mar 04 at 14:22

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Posted by Aaron B.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant My older son (43 years-old) is a civil engineer. If you ...

STEM is very broad coterie of majors, in particular, what qualities pertain to a person interested in STEM?

I know that I am extremely interested in math and science, but I'm not quite sure what I want to major in. #graduate-school...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Luis A.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant First, I'd like to commend you on your interest in STEM, ...

How did you choose that major from all the other majors out there?

its hard for me to settle down and actually pursue mechanical engineering. #mechanical-engineering...

#stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by kirubel W.
Glenn Arche | Technical Lead, Mechanical Engineering at Otter Products For me, my mother was my biggest influence. I have a ...

Do you think project management and information system is good major?

Now i am finance undergraduate, i find the master program which i think interesting. I hope to work in TMT group of investment banking....

#stem

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Active Feb 27 at 08:06

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Posted by Ena W.
Talia Israel, PMP, CSM | Adoption Program Manager at Okta, Inc. Hi Ena, Yes, it's great to have a job that you're ...

How lopsided is the men:women ratio in STEM fields?

As a female looking to go into a STEM field, I'd like to get a little insight into how much of a minority women will be. #women-in-stem...

#stem

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Active Mar 05 at 02:19

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Posted by Emelia C.
May Kaewken | Solutions Engineer/Software Deployment Specialist Though the number of females in STEM fields is increasing, the ...

Is the gender imbalance in stem related majors a problem or is it decreasing now a days?

I plan on majoring in a stem field and want to be prepared for what my classes will look like. #stem...

#women-in-stem

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Active May 05 at 19:55

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Posted by Chloe R.
Lori Brown | Facilities Integrity Engineer at ExxonMobil Hi Chloe! The split is definitely not to parity yet, but ...

What education path would be best for someone who wants to go into stem?

What schools or classes would be best? #stem...

#education

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Active yesterday

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Posted by Sophie M.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Sophie,There are so many different ways to go into STEM. ...

In what careers can I utilize my love of math?

Hello! I favorite subject in school is math and I love working with numbers so I am interested to find out what careers you think might be a good fit for me. Do you work with numbers a lot in your job? If so, what do you do? What kind of math do you do and what programs do you use a lot?...

#finance #math #stem

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Active Mar 04 at 14:34

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Posted by Sam M.
Bob Russell | Senior Consultant at Hay Group I encourage you to look into the actuarial profession, which combines ...

Is it easy or hard to start freelancing in mechanical engineering?

I really don't like the idea of a 9 to 5 job, and would like to freelance instead after several years of experience. I do believe that this would be fun, and I have done a lot of research prior to asking this question. #mechanical-engineering #scholarships...

#stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Kayna H.
Aijaz Pasha Freelancer is a really good opportunity for youngsters to develop there ...

Why do you believe a high school student should enter STEM?

I'm interested in entering STEM. #career...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Parker G.
Fuzzy Md | Client Support Eng STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) has been a powerful engine ...

How are stem jobs different from regular jobs?

I have been in stem since 9th grade year and I'm wondering how are stem jobs different from regular jobs. Does stem jobs provide better benefits and a more creative way to be successful in a career than job that is not stem? #stem...

#stemcareers

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Deshona R.
SUBHASHINI B Why STEM? We Need STEM: The demand for skilled workers in ...

What certifications are best to obtain if I want to earn a computer job without a degree?

I'm currently a first-year college student trying to obtain a Computer Science Degree. However, due to the cost of tuition, I'm looking at cheaper alternatives. As I wish to earn a career in the computer field. Which certifications (i.e Cisco or A+) or trades do you guys recommend that will...

#career #computer #stem

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Active Jan 07 at 20:11

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Posted by Deshawn H.
Jessica Montgomery | Youth Employment and Training Advisor | Helping Young ... The IT field is a very up and coming field to ...

I would like to participate in a Summer STEM program prior to attending college in the Fall of 2018. Do you have any programs that I can attend

Looking for STEM programs to enhance my love of mathematics. I plan to become a Secondary Education Teacher and later a Superintendent . I would love as much exposure to STEM as possible. #stem-education #stem...

#mathematics

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Active Mar 02 at 20:48

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Posted by Martin K.
May Kaewken | Solutions Engineer/Software Deployment Specialist Hello Martin! I'm glad you are looking to get a head ...

How do you balance humanities with a STEM major?

I love to write and draw -- they're two of my passions -- but I also love science and math, which is why I plan on going into a STEM field. How do you keep the two balanced when so many claim you can't reconcile them? #women-in-stem #arts...

#stem

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Active May 30 at 10:55

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Posted by Aishwarya J.
Melanie Pound | Business Support Manager Hello, Aishwarya J., My daughter had this same question as she ...

Beyond maintaining good grades and high work quality, how can I stand out to future employers while in college?

I’m a senior going into either chemical engineering or materials science and a hope to work my way up to a degree in nanotechnology. My ideal career field is going to de extremely competitive, and I want to do everything I can to secure a career that I’ll enjoy. #stem #material-science...

#chemical-engineering

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Active Mar 18 at 15:50

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Posted by Emilee F.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Emilee, This is a great question. Grades and high quality ...

How should I deal with discrimination in the work place?

I am a 17 year old senior female soon going for my bachelors in materials science and my top choice for college is highly male dominated (87% male). Giving STEMs track record, I’ll likely face discrimination because of my gender and I’d like insight on how to deal with discrimination while...

#nanotechnology #material-science #stem

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Active Jan 23 at 19:41

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Posted by Emilee F.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Emilee, This is such a great question. Let's reframe the ...

Can psychology be applied to the field of computer science and more specifically, to artificial intelligence? If so, how?

While I would love to major in computer science, I am also very interested in psychology and would love to also get a degree in the subject as it pertains to nearly every aspect of the real world. As a result, I am very curious about the interaction and connection, if any, between psychology...

#stem #psychology #artificial-intelligence

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Active Mar 19 at 22:54

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Posted by Sophia W.
Dhairya Dalal | NLP and Machine Learning @ Talla Hi Sophia,Great question! You're describing an exciting and emerging field known ...

What are ways to get good scholarships in STEM fields?

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Active Jun 15 at 15:39

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Posted by Sofia A.
Stephanie Eldredge | Senior Associate at PwC Advisory I would recommending looking at school-specific scholarships as well as non-profit ...

As a woman in a STEM career, am I more likely to get hired by an employer?

I was wondering how it compares for different genders. #stem #women-in-stem...

#stem-education

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:23

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Posted by Kassidy T.
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach I think the above answer may be confusing. Yes, women are ...

What is your favorite thing about being a woman in the STEM field?

I attend an all girls school that is very STEM based and I was wondering what the advantages of not only this type of education, but of the career in STEM as a woman are. There is particularly controversy in math and science about the amount of women who occupy these jobs. I would like to know...

#woman #stem

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Active Aug 21 '17 at 11:42

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Posted by Ivy A.
Candace Cohen | SharePoint Associate at PwC The advanatage of working in Stem are enoronmus. A lot of ...

What conferences or events are good for me to attend if I want a career in STEM?

I want a career in STEM (not sure what yet, exactly) and I heard a good thing for me to do is attend conferences and events related to STEM education /careers to learn more about my options and to meet new people. I live in Michigan, and couldn't find many events for high school students in the...

#science #engineering #technology #mathematics #stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:18

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Posted by Kay J.
Peter Sturtevant | Retired Civil Engineer One great way to get involved in STEM is to join ...

What is the process of developing a viable question to research in the scientific field?

Now we've all learned that when using the scientific method, the first step is the ask the question. But I am having trouble understanding how, in the real world, do you obtain the knowledge to find a question to evaluate and research? For example, in the field of stem cell research, where did...

#scientist #research #stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Nisa I.
Alice Liou | Scientist in Biotech The heart of scientific research is just this! Identifying a key ...

Which jobs can I apply for during college?

I am interested in working in the engineering field and I would like to be a part of internships as soon as possible. #engineering #stem...

#women

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Noemi S.
Eva Chu | Development Engineer at Sealed Air Corporation Many larger companies have internship programs and even some smaller ones. ...

How would minorities be successful with a degree in Biomedical Engineering?

I know there is a small percentage of minority ethnicities within the STEM field, and I wanted to know if it would be a field worth going into, considering it's predominantly Caucasian. #engineering #science #biomedical-engineering...

#stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Maxene W.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant You should first aim to be successful in BME because it's ...

What other college majors can I apply for if I am interested in biomedical engineering?

I am interested in the biomedical engineering field but I read online that majoring in biomedical engineering is not a good idea. I am wondering what other STEM related college majors could I apply for to become a biomedical engineer. #engineering #college-major #biomedical-engineering...

#stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Sarenna R.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant As a school counselor, this major became very popular in the ...

If you have a degree in Computer Science, what kind of jobs will you be able to get?

Will you be able to travel across the country? I have only seen a couple of movies where a person works with computer science but to be completely honest I don't know that they do, it seems as hacking is the only excitement that they get? What are the fun aspects of this major and what is the...

#bachelors #computer-software #computerscience #stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Adilene Jezabel M.
akshay chawath | Technical Support Engineer People who study computer science were once stereotyped as die-hard nerds ...

What is the day in the life of a biomedical engineer?

Originally when I entered high school, I was intending to become an architect but that changed my freshman year and I found that I am more suited for engineering. A little bit before the beginning of my sophomore year of college, I found a passion to pursue biomedical engineering. I hope to get...

#engineering #biomedical-engineering #stem

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Mirna N.
Andres Cabezas | CEO of Dimensional Medical Technologies Dear Mirna, First, congratulations on ambitions to become an Aggie! It's ...

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