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This article is courtesy of Engineering.com: There are few things I am more proud of than the 130 page document I call my thesis. It represents 3 years of my life. But the $64 million question is, if I had the choice, would I do it all the same way?
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As hiring picks up in the aviation industry, projected worker shortages could pose a problem for companies looking to fill positions. However, a new crop of cutting-edge training programs, partnerships and facility expansions could help the industry meet its future workforce needs.
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If the U.S. is to undergo the hoped-for manufacturing resurgence in the coming years, the sector will need industrial engineers (IEs), the professionals trained to design and optimize factories. Many believe that education in the field is lacking and too few students show an interest in the career.  Read more


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This article is courtesy of Engineering.com:

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.
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California, Texas, and New York lead the nation in science and engineering (S&E) employment, according to a new report by the National Science Foundation. The report also identifies regional patterns for S&E employment and pinpoints the top cities where this job market flourishes.
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As the U.S. auto market returned to pre-crisis levels last month, automakers face a new challenge: hiring more talent, particularly engineers with electronics and digital skills.
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As advanced technologies command more skilled engineers in the manufacturing space, companies are finding a shortage of talent. Recruiting the best engineers is often a matter of having a fundamental hiring strategy in place, and two professional engineering recruiters shared their insights with IMT Career Journal on how this can be done most effectively.
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