Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is one of the fastest-growing fields in the country, but jobs in these fields are often in remote areas.
This article will provide tips on the best way to get the most out of your career in these STEM fields.
Read full storyThe biggest job out of all the fields in this list is in science and engineering.
The science and technology industry accounts for nearly 25% of the jobs in the Indian economy and accounts for a whopping 80% of all jobs.
There are two major jobs in this sector: Research and development (R&D) and Manufacturing.
These two areas account for over 70% of jobs in research and development.
The manufacturing sector accounts for over 30% of employment in this field.
Research and Development is the most important job in the sector, and has been dubbed India’s “fourth-biggest job”.
The other major sector in the IT industry is Technology, with over 40% of its jobs being in technology.
The IT industry employs over one billion people in India and accounts of over 40%, of all employment.
The biggest job in this industry is in IT and has over 20 million people.
There are many more STEM jobs, and some of these are in IT related fields.
These include: Medical Technology (Physics, Chemistry, Physics Engineering), Robotics (Automation, Autonomous System, Robotics, Robotics), Computer Science (Computer, Software, Artificial Intelligence), Biotechnology (Biochemistry, Biotechnology Engineering, Biology), Environmental Engineering (Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Environmental Science Sciences, Environment Engineering, Environmental Studies, Environmental Sciences), and Robotics and Automation (Robotics, Robotics Engineering, Robotics and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automated Engineering, Advanced Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Engineering Design, Computer Science and Engineering).
The top STEM jobs are also in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and IT fields.
In these fields, over 60% of job growth is in the last four years.
These fields account for around 65% of total jobs in Indian economy.
The number of jobs with this sector has grown by about 14% over the past five years.
This is mainly due to the entry of new companies into the field, which are making investments in new and innovative technologies.
There is another major STEM field, Biomedical Engineering, which is in a transitional phase.
There is no clear number of medical graduates in the industry, but the number of graduates is rising at a steady pace.
The industry has seen a rise in the number and type of jobs being created, which have become more challenging to fill due to changes in the healthcare system.
In the last five years, there have been a lot of changes in Indian society and the way people think about science and technologies.
A lot of people feel that the country has moved towards a world of technology, and they are trying to do the right thing.
The field is not yet fully formed, but its growing.