It is. No STEM, no TECH
STEM fields are at the forefront of innovation and technological advancement. They drive progress in various industries, leading to the development of new technologies, products, and services that improve our quality of life and drive economic growth.
Why is anything important or unimportant?
To be fair, our lives would be nothing if not for "STEM", because well those are basically the building blocks of everything we are, just like programming languages and functions are to a video game and its digital realm. In this case, it is not just important but crucial or vital. Maybe a stronger word can be employed but I am really not a guy for words so that's that.
Subject-wise, STEM subjects train our minds. Yada yada, but especially physics, which connects really well into chem and even bio (because of atomic, subatomic, electronic, etc. sub-fields?) and is connected from under by maths because by the time you arrive at the true essence of something and everything, you find yourself that you have to do maths. In fact, back in the olden days, Calculus was invented to do mechanics problems, IIRC.
And because Physics is important, pretty sure STEM all are important, eh?
How do I bold words?