Top Cities for Tech and Engineering Jobs

May 26, 2017

The unemployment rate continues to gradually decrease across the nation bringing us to a 4.9 percent jobless rate. Many cities throughout the United States are showing significant job growth. The IT and engineering industries have also seen persistent growth in the job market for engineer and tech professionals. The big question is, where are the […]

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What’s the Deal With Space Junk?

May 25, 2017

Space, the final frontier. Growing up many people dreamed about space travel and the opportunity to “go where no man has gone before.” Since the 1957 launch of Sputnik, we’ve launched more than 4,500 spacecraft. Almost 2,200 remain in orbit and of these only 450 are still functional. The rest? Scientists refer to them as […]

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5 TED Talks Engineers Need to Watch

May 11, 2017

Ready to think outside of the box about engineering? We’ve got just what you need! These TED talks showcase some of the most exciting developments in engineering today. Learn how engineering is advancing our knowledge and technologies even further while building closer communities and helping to clean up our planet and beyond.

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8 Twitter Accounts Every Engineer Should Follow

April 27, 2017

With all spectrums of engineering constantly progressing, it can be a chore to stay on top of the latest breakthroughs and trends. That’s where Twitter comes in handy! The micronews platform allows industry pros to share breaking news as it happens so you never miss a beat. We’ve rounded up our must-follow Twitter accounts for […]

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The Meteoric Rise of Renewable Energy Technology

March 29, 2017

For most of human history, we have received most of our energy from sunshine, fire, muscle power, and wind. With the industrial revolution, coal-fired steam engines quickly gave way to petroleum-based fuels and internal combustion engines. When electricity came into use, it was produced by either hydropower, or some type of thermal plant that utilized […]

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Top 10 US Cities for CAD Designers

March 23, 2017

In the creative industries, it can be hard to work out where in the country offers a good standard of living, as well as plenty of job opportunities. We looked at wage and location data from the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics) for designers, as well as cost of living scores, and state level investment in […]

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