Career Thrive


An industry that is DEFINITELY ready for some more representation and diversity.

There’s never been a better time to consider a career in the STEM field. The industry is ready for more representation and diversity, plus it boasts higher pay, innovation, and marketable skills. A big part of our future is in STEM–let’s make that future more female by encouraging more women to enter the field. Here are some careers for vinas in school or looking for new opportunities.


Follow in Ada Lovelace’s footsteps and consider a career in programming. With the constant demand for mobile apps, websites and everything in between, it’s a career with longevity, flexibility, and the ability to work around the globe. Let’s make Ada proud!


Climate change is a major issue threatening our planet. That’s the bad news, but the good news is you can help stop it. Choose a career in environmental engineering and be part of the solution to preserve our natural surroundings.


If you love collecting and analyzing data, a career in biochemistry might be for you. Studying biological processes is fun in high school but it’s actually such a diverse career track because you can work in research, teaching, product development, and patent law. These career paths are not going away anytime soon. Hello, job stability!


This field is booming and the jobs are only getting cooler. Space exploration, medicine, and software design are just some ways you can apply your love of robotics to work. There are plenty of opportunities in both the private and public sector with specialized job verticals to suit lots of personalities.

Are you in STEM? Let us know what you do or dream of doing in the comments below!

(Feature image via BHERT)

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