African snapshot

What influences early career African talent in STEM, and how can employers in Africa attract the talent of the future?

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Many African respondents, much like in the Asia Pacific region, view STEM through a more altruistic lens. 

The opportunity to make a difference, and for continuous learning and development are the top two factors influencing respondents in pursuing a STEM career in Africa.

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Global report

In our global report we look at what influences early career talent into STEM, and how can employers attract the talent of the future

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European report

What influences early career European talent into STEM, and how can employers in Europe attract the talent of the future?

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United States report

What influences early career American talent into STEM, and how can employers in America attract the talent of the future?

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Asia Pacific report

What influences early career Asian talent in STEM, and how can employers in the Asia Pacific region attract the talent of the future?

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The How the STEM World Works research provides insight into the career journeys and big picture dynamics that shape STEM recruitment.

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