Where To Find Engineering Jobs In 2018?

Emerging markets are currently disrupting the current shape of the economy, as well as employment projections for engineering talents. In 2013, Dice.com, a job site specifically for tech candidates, wrote about what industries will rise up in 2018. Though it seemed premature to make predictions for employment 5 years in advance, employment and revenue growth… Read more »

Top Movies For Engineers

Watching movies with the family is a good way to spend the cold, winter holidays. For engineering professionals, there are plenty of movies that are relatable, entertaining and can be a source of inspiration. Here are some of our top choices: 1. Iron Man (2008) One of the most iconic Marvel movies of all time,… Read more »

The Pros and Cons of Hiring an Employee Who Left the Company

It’s not an uncommon scenario: An employee leaves the company, only to reapply years later when a relevant position opens. And it’s a situation that gives many hiring managers pause. Should you consider rehiring a former employee who quit? Here are the pros and cons of rehiring an employee who once left the company: Pros:… Read more »

Top Articles You May Have Missed From 2017

2017 was a busy year for industries throughout California. If you’re taking a breather now to prepare for the upcoming year, here are several articles you may have missed that can help you plan. Career Insights How to Be an Indispensable Engineer: Turnover is high in the engineering sector, but if you love your work,… Read more »

Must-Have Apps For Electrical Engineers

Electrical Engineers on-the-go can now use their smart phones for technical calculations, testing equipment and even to measure light. There are many apps in the market, but here are some apps we would like to feature for Android and iPhone users: FOR iPHONES: 1. Engineering Unit Converter & Calculator (Free) A streamlined, powerful, user-friendly unit… Read more »

What Skills Will Survive In Manufacturing Hiring?

Though manufacturing hiring is expected to trend upwards, there are skills that are more in-demand, and some that are rapidly declining. Which ones are yours? Softwareadvice.com writer and Market Research Analyst Justin Guinn wrote about the employment projections of different manufacturing positions, and what skills will continue to be sought after by employers: For better… Read more »

Don’t Have Time to Look for a New Job? Here’s What to Do

It’s a cruel Catch-22: The workload in your current job is overwhelming, yet you don’t have time to look for a new job because you’re so busy with the workload in your current one. If this sounds familiar, there is hope. By working with a staffing firm that specializes in connecting engineers with the next… Read more »

Manufacturing Day Bolsters Interest For The Next Generation Of Manufacturers

On October 6, hundreds of companies all over California opened its doors to the public to celebrate Manufacturing Day. Observed every year on the first Friday of October, Manufacturing Day is an event to highlight the contributions of American manufacturers within their communities and to inspire the younger population in pursuing a career in engineering… Read more »

Engineering Job Offers: What Should You Do If a Candidate Is Facing Multiple Offers?

In a competitive market where top talent is scarce, it is inevitable at some point you’ll make an offer to a candidate who is also considering offers from one or more of your competitors. While the ultimate decision will come from the candidate, you don’t have to stand by helplessly while the candidate decides. Here’s… Read more »

How To Be An Indispensable Engineer

Though workforce attrition is inevitable in every business, the cost to replace an employee can be 50-250% more than the salary of the employee they will be losing. Employers would prefer to retain their top engineering talents, but how can they tell which employee is dispensable and which one isn’t? EngineeringJobs.com, a job board site… Read more »