According to leading Human Resources (HR) firm, Willis Towers Watson
These roles will mostly be STEM related. The future is here, and it requires a citizenry fluent in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Research has shown that children’s feelings/attitudes toward science and any career aspirations in STEM are formed before age 14 — that is, by the time they are in middle school. Getting children interested in and feeling positive about STEM during the
elementary stages goes a long way toward raising a generation that’s excited about excelling in these fields.
Besides job outlook, early exposure to coding strengthens problem solving, spatial reasoning and critical thinking – all great skills to have irrespective of subject matter areas of interest.
Last but not least is that coding is the foundational skill behind robotics, video game design, drone technology, artificial intelligence and data science among others.
Understanding the principles of coding set the path to diverse STEM tracks.
As parents, it is our responsibility to ensure that our children are prepared to face the reality of the future, digitally fueled and connected job market.
STEM DRAGONS is pleased to partner with you in preparing and setting our children up for an exciting future.