Pairing competitive compensation with worker preferences to attract and retain the best engineers will be a growing requirement for employers in the coming years. With a tight labor pool, going beyond compensation includes an engaging and fulfilling work environment.
I recently spoke to an engineer who is currently unemployed and asked him what his short-term plans/goals are. He responded that he was going to either take a new job or get a master’s degree, whichever one comes first.
Professional Engineer licensure enables engineering professionals to advance higher in their careers and in wide-ranging ways. But becoming a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) is a difficult and time-consuming process. Are the “PE” initials after your name worth the time and effort?