Where are your skills are in the most demand? We mined the previous six months of listing information to find out.
At EngineerJobs.com, our focus is on making sure as little as possible stands between you and the engineering job you've been looking for.
See us as your mentor, or as the 14-cylinder RT-FLEX96C diesel engine that will propel you like a champion into your engineering dream job. We've done the research, consulted the experts, and published their wisdom. And if it lends insight to your job hunt, we've listed it here for your quick reference.
Engineers, of course, are the day-to-day problem-solvers developing the technologies that make this world a more sustainable and healthier place to live. But categorizing "green" engineering jobs is difficult because so many different disciplines have applications in the "green economy."
If your goal is to become the wealthy CEO of a Fortune 500 company, having an undergraduate degree in engineering is a good start. In fact, this year 7 of the top 10 Fortune 500 companies are run by engineers.
We know engineers are no strangers to the boardroom, but when we researched the CEOs of each Fortune 50 company, even we were surprised by how many of them are engineers.
This universe, or the next, could kill us at any moment.
While popular fiction is glutted with robot uprisings, zombie plagues, and apocalyptic warfare, none of our fictive inventions match fundamental physics for terrifying beauty and finality. To remedy any troublesome optimism or hope you may experience this fall, Engineer Jobs is pleased to present three cosmic disasters which could strike at any moment.
Everyone wants a hoverboard, and anyone who says they don't is lying.
Whether you graduated years ago and just need to come up to speed on things you've forgotten or need to catch up on what you missed after nodding out in ChemE class, here's a list of 21 free online Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering-specific resources.
Returning service personnel bring proven skills and valuable training to the engineering workplace, though misapprehensions regarding military work experience and service disabilities can complicate their private sector careers.
New Zealand is arguably the most beautiful land in the world — and absolutely the most challenging canvas for a talented engineer. With volcanoes, earthquakes, and punishing terrain, every project needs everything you've got.
As we've done in 2012 and 2013 we're bringing you what we think were this year's biggest engineering feats. But, as our writer Kal astutely pointed out, “2014 is, like, a whole year. A lot of stuff happened.” So we've expanded from our previous lists of 8 and 12 to a more robust 20.
We think you'll agree 2014 was a pretty great year in engineering.
Science fiction provides inspiration and escape, but it's also a project buffer for future engineers. Quirky and inspirational ideas, beyond reach of the writer's contemporaries, can remain in circulation as fiction while the rest of the world catches up. In Future, Please, EngineerJobs looks at beloved and bizarre fictional gadgets and our attempts to realize them. First up: power armor and jet packs.
Engineers Without Borders USA alleviates poverty and fosters community development through engineering solutions. While the majority of international aid organizations focus their efforts in large population centers as a function of scale and efficiency, Engineers Without Borders USA delivers high-impact, collaborative projects within smaller communities.
The modern engineering marketplace is increasingly global. Corporate structures and supply chains span continents, while an increasingly team-centered, networked approach to problem solving places a premium on communication skills. Which second languages are most useful (and lucrative) for today's engineers?
These are familiar faces. You recognize them. You know their names. Or their works. But did you know these 9 celebrities were also engineers?
Your choice of major determines your course load, peer group, and influences your academic and professional future. The right call can immerse you in subjects you're passionate about and guide you to a career you love... but the wrong choice can doom you to increased stress, burnout, and failure. How can you tell if you've made the wrong decision ... and what can you do about it?