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The Demand for STEM Graduates | Gender Report on Technology

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This report has two main objectives. The first is to develop and to present some benchmark projections of employment of people with graduate level qualifications in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. The second, is to use these results to provide a better understanding of ‘demand-supply’ issues for STEM personnel, While the prime focus is on demand, it is evident that the effects of demand and supply factors are difficult to isolate, as illustrated in the shift-share analysis conducted as part of the project.

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