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Spotlight on Science Learning Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are vital to Canada's economic well being and quality of life.
We at Let's Talk Science, with Amgen Canada, are examining the state of STEM learning in Canada through our landmark studies. Explore the studies below to learn more about the importance of STEM learning to our youth today. 2015 Exploring Parental Influence: Shaping teen decisions regarding science education 2014 Shaping Tomorrow's Workforce: What do Canada's Teens Think About Their Futures? 2013 The High Cost of Dropping Science and Math 2012 A Benchmark of Canadian Talent 2015 Exploring Parental Influence: Shaping teen decisions regarding science education Almost 90 per cent of Canadian parents believe they are the strongest influence when it comes to making decisions about their children's education and post secondary pathways, but they are not exerting that influence when it comes to science education. The results are part of the fourth report released today by Let's Talk Science and made possible by Amgen Canada that takes an in depth look at the shape of STEM science, technology, engineering, math learning landscape in Canada. This year's report, Exploring parental influence: shaping teen decisions regarding science education, examines parents' beliefs and attitudes when it comes to influencing their child's academic and career choices. Read more about the report. View and download the report View and download the infographic Consulter la version franaise du rapport 2014 Shaping Tomorrow's Workforce: What do Canada's Teens Think About Their Futures? Youth may have growing interest in and appreciation for science, but are they actually planning to pursue careers in it? : Shaping Tomorrow's Workforce: What do Canada's Teens Think About Their Futures?, a new research report released by Let's Talk Science and made possible by Amgen Canada, examines just this. We gain insight into how and louis vuitton purses for sale on ebay when teens think about their future careers as they go through high school and make post secondary choices. By understanding how teens think about their pathways, and what influences them, we can better help our youth to identify and capture tomorrow's opportunities. Read more about the report. : PDF / JPEG View French Version of the report. 2013 The High Cost of Dropping Science and Math : The High Cost of Dropping Science and Math is the latest research report from Let's Talk Science, made louis vuitton alma gm amarante possible by Amgen Canada. This research reveals that the economic impact of dropping science, technology and math courses in high school is costing Canada much more than anticipated. From the financial costs associated with making up lost courses, and the opportunity costs associated with lost future earnings, to the societal costs associated with reduced innovation in Canada and unfilled jobs due to incompatible skills, we all lose when science, technology and math education is not pursued. View/download the executive summary.2012 A Benchmark of Canadian Talent Science and technology are increasingly important to Canada's louis vuitton neverfull shaper economic well being and quality of life. A critical element for our long term success as individuals and as a country is science learning. Many jobs that will be in high demand in the coming decades, from health care to skilled trades, directly require a background in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), in its latest 10 year employment growth outlook, forecasts that some of the biggest growth will occur in STEM related fields. HRSDC says that almost 75 per cent of new jobs between 2009 and 2018 will be in high skill occupations.
Young people need to know this: beyond the traditional career paths that call for a background in louis vuitton birthday cake in atlanta STEM, today's employers are looking for a certain skill set. Jobs in every field call for people who are analytical, curious and critical thinkers, able to make connections the very qualities that exposure to STEM learning nurtures.
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