Les STEM jobs (métiers scientifiques et technologiques) et le développement de l’industrie
Science and technology engineering clearly play a key role in the competitiveness of developed countries. The issues of the adequacy of skills acquired by graduates in business expectations and that enrollment of graduates who have completed a qualification level given the recruitment needs of a particular industry are indeed crucial. In France, all the statistics show, there is no overall, short-term shortage of risk of technicians and engineers. By cons, recruitments are powered in some sectors and medium and long term the country is likely to have only a very small fraction of the global pool of talent.
The corporate world also suffers from a lack of information among young people: it is essential to generalize the contacts between the educational and industrial sectors so that they can again “dream.” [googletranslate_en]