Thursday February 20, 2020

Stem satisfaction rates on the rise

The study of 900 people across Ireland found that, of those surveyed, 81 per cent of Stem employees stated they were either satisfied or highly satisfied in their job

6th May, 2018

A study conducted by BT Ireland ahead of last month’s launch of the 2019 Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition has found that employees in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) careers have particularly high job satisfaction.

The study of 900 people across Ireland found that, of those surveyed, 81 per cent of Stem employees stated they were either satisfied or highly satisfied in their job, followed closely by employees in health (78 per cent),...

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