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What STEM job would be good for me?

I like to work on projects where I can be systematic, innovate and explore new ideas. I enjoy starting new projects that offer challenges and the possibility of discovering new ways to do things. I enjoy working independently and pay attention to the details as needed to get the job done. When...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Emma N.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant Hi Emma, Excellent question; however, I cannot ascertain if you are ...

Women in stem, how do you know when your cheated?

Trying to become a woman in stem, what are some tips that will not get me cheated from the benefits of my work ethic compared to male counterparts. There's always been a difference in pag wages between men and women, but how I can I better prepare myself for this reality? I mean I could just be...

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Active Jan 03 at 15:52

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Posted by Adilene Jezabel M.
Kristin Ward | Demo Architect at Adobe Hi Adilene, In my view, there are two good ways to ...

Do you feel any bias towards your work being a woman in STEM?

I want my work to be as credible as a male's. Is there any unfair actions or bias against being a woman in STEM? #women-in-stem...

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Active Jan 03 at 16:13

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Posted by Samantha M.
Kristin Ward | Demo Architect at Adobe Hi Samantha, In my personal experience, I've dealt with some bias ...

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...

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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 is the best STEM degree?

I'm curious what others think based on pay, workplace atmosphere, freedom, and interesting work. #mechanical-engineering #electrical-engineering #chemicals...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Jacques F.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hey Jacques! A really broad question since it really depends on ...

What type of jobs are available for people who major in mechanical engineering?

I am asking this because I am currently completing my senior year of high school and college is around the corner and I would like to know what my future possibilities would be before I commit to a certain major. #mechanical-engineering #mechanical-engineer #robotics...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Jose H.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant Hi Jose, During my school counseling career, there were two students, ...

Should I consider changing my wildlife/conservation biology major if I am bad at math?

I want to pursue a degree in conservation biology or wildlife biology, and have been told by previous professionals that I should keep my grades up in science math classes. While I enjoy and excel in my science classes, I am not as good at math. I am able to maintain an A or high B in all math...

#wildlife-biology #wildlife-conservation #stemcareers #choosing-a-major #stem

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Active Mar 25 at 13:48

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Posted by Jazmin L.
Souxsie Campbell | Sr. Graphic Designer at PricewaterhouseCoopers Hi Jazmin, I totally understand your predicament around math, I too ...

What are "worthwhile" contributions that I could make to today's society as an astrophysicist?

I want to get a doctorate in astrophysics but I don't want to do all of this work and spend all of this money/ pay off loans for several years if I can't do something worthwhile with it. #stem #women-in-stem #astrophysics #stem-education...

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Active Aug 04 '17 at 00:18

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Posted by Kendralyn M.
Shelley Notarnicola | Inside Sales Engineer To start: I am not an astrophysicist. 😊 but here is ...

How to become a data scientist?

Hello, I am going to a liberal art college in a fringe town next school year. The school does not have a data science major but I am highly interested in data science. (I will be going to double majors in Computer science and Statistics.) What are some steps should I do to become a data...

#women-in-stem #college-advice #computer-science #technology #datascience #stemcareers

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Active Apr 08 at 05:20

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Posted by Yingyi Z.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Yingyi, This is a great question! A double major in ...

How to prepare for a bioengineering major?

I'm a senior in high school who is interested in majoring in biomedical engineering. I attend an art school that is a little low on resources for students interested in STEM. I have taken all the math and science offered by my school but still don't really prepared for college level math and...

#college-advice #college-major #stem #college #biomedical #stem-education #bioengineering #stemcareers #biomedical-engineering

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Active Oct 22 '17 at 23:10

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Posted by Kieta M.
Herman Liu | Clinical Trial Management Associate Hi Kieta, As Kevin already suggested, there are online resources to ...

What is the gender gap like in upper level sciences, first hand?

I am a female, high school senior considering a career path in upper level mathematics, academia and research. I am very concerned with underrepresentation of women and I would like to know of any first hand experiences. Researching online I find a lot of statistics, but I would like more. Has...

#women-in-stem #science #professor #academia #graduate-school #phdbound #computer-science-phd #mathematics #science-phd #phd #research #stem #stemcareers

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Active Apr 30 at 04:35

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Posted by Madeleine W.
Jacob Cavazos | Dynamic, Highly Motivated Research Scientist It is actually quite staggering and to be completely honest a ...

Biomedical Engineering vs Chemical Engineering with Bio specialization?

I have been interested in pursuing a Biomedical Engineering major. However, people argue that biomedical engineering is the jack of all trades and master of none. This has been concerning for me as I would very much like to major in something and feel that I have mastered what I am learning...

#stem16 #chemical-engineer #chemical-engineering #biochemistry #engineering #biotechnology #stemcareers #biomedical-engineering

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Active Oct 02 '17 at 18:15

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Posted by Gillian C.
Luis "Lou" Herrera | Principal Mechanical Engineer at Jabil Each of these two majors stands in it's own right. As ...

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