Produced in partnership with New Scientist.
DESPITE turbulent economic times, careers in science are holding their own. In 2019, salaries for scientists and engineers dropped in some areas of the UK. But by other measures STEM jobs seem to be blossoming, according to the 2020 STEM Market Survey, produced by in association with New Scientist Jobs. Scientists report having long, fulfilling careers and nearly all science students say they intend to enter the industry themselves.
The survey, published last month, looks at the work scientists, engineers and clinical professionals do and how they feel about it. It also gives insights into those all-important salary numbers and what employers can do to attract and retain candidates.
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