9 Things Engineers Look For When Assessing A New Job

October 12, 2017

With the uptick in the economy, tech jobs are on the rise, making engineering a job-seeker’s market. To attract and retain top engineering talent in 2017 and beyond, employers must compete at higher levels than they have in the past. Qualified engineers are looking for these nine things when assessing a new job.

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Landing the Gig: How to Prepare for an Engineering Interview

September 28, 2017

Preparing for an engineering interview can be similar to preparing for any job interview. To ace your interview, start with research. One of the first things an interviewer will ask is why you want to work at that company. Research the vision statements ahead of time to give you a better understanding of the company’s […]

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Environmental Engineers Impacting the World Around Us

September 26, 2017

Protecting our planet for future generations is at the heart of a career in environmental engineering. Public awareness and concern for environmental issues have grown steadily since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created new requirements for government and industries to evaluate their impacts on the environment.

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Hispanic Heroes: Innovators in Information Technology

September 15, 2017

In any tech-driven industry that thrives on new ideas and finding fresh approaches to tackle ever-evolving challenges, diversity is a vital component for building forward momentum towards future progress. Many of today’s technology leaders hail from different cultural backgrounds, bringing a richness of perspective to the companies they create and work with.

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The Growing Demand for Energy

August 22, 2017

The 2017 Energy Outlook from BP predicts that global demand for energy is going to continue rising by 1.3% every year. What’s driving this continual growth, how can the energy sector meet the demand, and what does it mean for the job¬†market?

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Reaching New Heights: Advances in Aviation Technology

August 17, 2017

If you count kite flying, then the history of aviation is more than 2,000 years old. Hot air balloons arrived in the 18th century and then came gliders, which were the precursor to the “heavier than air”¬†craft that we fly around in today. Since the first short-powered flights in the early 20th century, the changes […]

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