Still in education? Looking to study Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM) subjects? With these specialities, you can expect a huge variety of exciting career paths.
In the fields within energy and utilities, your STEM skills can take you far. Discover a career in the subject you excel at.
Careers in STEM suit all personalities and skill levels, including GCSE passes (or equivalent). You can choose to work in a whole range of different areas. The engineering jobs that invent new technologies, the technical jobs that help develop new energy sources, or even the maths jobs that require expert researchers and advise in furthering the UK’s economy.
You can make a real difference.
Engineers are in demand
You will be welcomed with open arms. Engineers and technicians are the most in demand jobs in the world. Tomorrows Engineers anticipates that 2.65 million UK engineering jobs need filling by 2024 so we need more people like you to become engineers.
“We’re looking for passion, we’re looking for enthusiasm, we’re looking for a real interest in engineering and the STEM subjects.” - Sharon, Resourcing Manager, National Grid
Engineers are paid well
It's not often you can earn a great wage for doing a job that you really love. Engineering apprentices earn significantly more than the national apprentice minimum wage. The average starting salary for engineering and technology graduates is around 10% higher than the average graduate starting salary.
Engineers make a difference
Do something you're passionate about while travelling the world, improving people’s lives, helping to solve some of the world’s big problems and working with interesting people. Engineering is one of the few career options that spans every sector. So whatever you care most about, there will be some engineering involved. Find out more in this Make a Difference to the World guide from Tomorrows Engineers.