STEM professionals play a crucial role in shaping our world—driving artificial intelligence, medical treatments, autonomous vehicles, and more. The sector continues to grow, with 821,300 new STEM jobs predicted over the next decade. This means the success of STEM organizations will depend on finding skilled talent, and business leaders are wondering how workforce trends will impact recruiting.
Hugo Malan, President, Kelly®Science, Engineering, Technology & Telecom, shared his predictions for how the STEM space will evolve with Forbes:
Predicts job hopping trends.
Shares how return to office will impact sectors.
Talks to growth of women in STEM.
According to Hugo, 2023 will bring challenges for STEM organizations, but will also provide an opportunity to focus on upskilling, internal mobility, and creating a supportive workforce culture. Read what Hugo wrote for Forbes here.