Your Future.

Future Finder

The Female Lead has teamed up with Future Finder to show you which jobs are growing and need you! You can use this website to see which A-Level choices can earn you the most money and understand how what you learn in the classroom is relevant to the outside world. Each job description comes with a minimum and maximum salary, the different industries you could be working in and the skills required for that job.

Interested in Stem?

Future Finder will also help you see clear paths to careers in science, technology, maths and engineering. We know that too many students, especially girls, view STEM subjects as a dead end when the reality is the opposite – so many jobs now and in future will depend on these skills. STEM jobs are creative, they lead to travel, they’re well-paid, and they’re the highest-growth industries in the world.

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Future Finder links today's a-level subject choices with jobs of the future

Future Finder, an innovative free web-app, was created to replace the lack of awareness of available jobs with clarity around the vital importance and high value attached to STEM qualifications. Future Finder links today’s A-level subject choices with jobs of the future. From what they can earn, to what they’ll be doing day to day, Future Finder has all the information teenagers need plus a whole series of jobs of the future, videos and career pathways.

Student benefits include learning more about potential careers, enhancing knowledge of the labour market, raising aspirations and increasing confidence in searching and applying for jobs.

Edwina Dunn, Founder of The Female Lead says: “We know from our Tough Choices research that too many students, especially girls, view STEM subjects as a dead end when the reality is the opposite – so many jobs now and in future will depend on these skills. We hope Future Finder will enable many more students to uncover new and exciting career aspirations while equipping them with the fundamental knowledge of the subjects and skills they need to get there.”