reports for STEM
The aim of the present report is to provide an overview of the labor market for STEM skills in the European Union. The present document represents deliverable D2.1 of the STEMforYOUTH project funded under H2020. In particular, the size of the STEM industry, the current and future STEM employment have been analyzed, through primary and secondary data. It is examined the supply of STEM skills, and the participation in STEM programs. It is investigated the factors behind the choice of a STEM study field and the supply of STEM skills, and interventions to encourage the uptake of STEM graduates. Finally, conclusions are presented, followed by a reference list and by the guidelines used during interviews.
The aim of this report is to describe how well the EU is prepared to meet future STEM skills requirements. The present document represents deliverable D2.2 of the STEMforYOUTH project funded under H2020. It is described which STEM education profiles and qualification are or are expected to be attractive on the labor market in the middle term perspective, and which types of careers STEM graduates may count on in order to meet future labor market needs and sectorial patterns of vacancies.
Report on “Responsible Research and Innovation” (RRI)
“Introducing the RRI perspective in STEM education: 10 big ideas”
It represents the deliverable D3.2 Report on Responsible Research and Innovation of the STEMforYOUTH project which seeks to describe aspects related to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) that might be relevant to the STEMforYOUTH project. Proposing a focus on RRI it is explained by the importance for students to become aware of the fundamental aspects of RRI, so they will use them in their future careers in research, education, business and citizenship.