Research and analysis
Science, technology, engineering and maths graduates in non-STEM jobs
BIS research paper no. 30.
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This research paper investigates why some science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduates do not work in occupations related to their degree. It aims to help improve the supply of STEM-qualified entrants to the graduate labour market. See also the executive summary.