Articles from RS Components

Non-linear career movements are the new norm

To achieve success it's no secret that you need to work hard. Everyone's career goals are personal to them; some pursue a specific career to benefit financially, whilst others are passionate about certain areas - for example, ensuring a customer’s needs are always met - and those people will work their hardest to get there.

#AI Will Impact Over 10 million Jobs by 2035 - Are You Exempt From The Robot Revolution?

The robotic revolution is set to cause the biggest transformation in the world’s workforce since the industrial revolution.

Who's studying STEM? The Breakdown of #STEM Graduates in the UK

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduates are crucial to the UK economy, with research suggesting jobs are predicted to grow at double the rate of other occupations, creating 142,000 jobs between now and 2023.

Teacher gender split in top UK universities confirms that it is harder for women to climb the career ‘ladder’

There is an ongoing debate on the gender pay gap and women’s access to senior roles - but how well are female professors represented in the teaching profession in higher education?

#AI To Create 2.3 million Jobs By 2020: Education Must Adapt To Prepare The Workforce Of Tomorrow

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is slowly taking over our day-to-day lives - especially when it comes to the workplace and using tech to enhance and fast-track tasks.

46% of parents believe #EdTech has a positive impact on children, despite thinking they spend too much time online

RS Components asked parents around the UK their thoughts on kids and technology. The survey included a series of questions that covered the amount of time they thought their kids spent on different devices, the appropriateness of different social media platforms, if they used parental controls and whether they checked their children's devices. 

Senior professionals of education are earning on average £23,000 more per annum than the average UK salary

New data analysed by RS Components has revealed the best and worst paid jobs across the UK.

China and the UK are ranked surprisingly for best locations to study #STEM

Studying a science degree has never been more exciting than in the present day, with the advancement of technology and breakthrough of discoveries each day to learn about both the way the planet works and those that live on it.

The UK is one of the best locations in Europe for tech graduates

With unprecedented levels of talent and as the leading European destination for Silicon Valley investors, according to research by London & Partners, the UK is an amazing place for graduates to start a career in tech.

UK in top 4 when it comes to reducing #STEM Gender Gap

The countries where females dominate the engineering market.

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