- Job market promising for engineering students. Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business;02/23/98, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p20
Discusses the job market for engineering graduates of the University of in Arizona in Tucson for 1998. Number of employers seeking interviews with UA students annually; Status of the engineering profession in the area; Greater Tucson Economic Council's plan of attack in addressing the market...
- Looking for engineers. Hance, Cory M. // Hispanic;Apr1994, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p54
Features the employment issue in high-technology engineering companies in the 1990s. Effect of reduction in federal defense spending; Workforce in Rockwell International's aerospace division in Southern California; Skills demand of Lockheed Corporation; Recruitment at Northrop Corporation; Work...
- Retooling the job market. // Hispanic Times Magazine;Oct/Nov1993, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p30
Examines the job market facing recent college graduates in engineering. Effects of cutbacks in defense spending and downsizing in the commercial airline and auto industries; Predictions of further cutbacks in Los Angeles county alone; Future brighter for students in health care, multimedia...
- Engineering offers exciting possibilities. Campbell, George // Black Collegian;Feb96, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p42
Reports on the many opportunities for engineers in the corporate world. Technology as the engine of economic growth; Engineers as the architects of technology; Downsizing of corporations.
- Why does this story sound familiar? Schweber, Bill // EDN;12/04/97, Vol. 42 Issue 25, p29
Opinion. Comments on the shortage of employees in the engineering industry. Factors behind the shortage of employees; Information on the demand for engineers.
- Trudel to form. Trudel, John D.; Engelke, Roger // Electronic Design;6/10/96, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p64
Analyzes the employment opportunities in the engineering industry. Impact of downsizing on older engineers; Factors that influence employment trends.
- More Ph.D. engineers working in industry, NSF finds. Wolff, M.F. // Research Technology Management;Mar/Apr98, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p6
Focuses on the report by the National Science Foundation's Engineering Workforce Project showing a growing trend for doctoral-level engineers to move into private-sector jobs rather than join the faculties of four-year colleges and universities. Percentage of doctoral-level engineers employed...
- A career with prospects? Greenfield, Philip // Professional Engineering;02/26/97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p22
Discusses engineering career opportunities in Great Britain. Decline in demand for mechanical engineers; Kinds of jobs available to engineers in the 21st century; Popularity of computer engineering over mechanical engineering; Losses in engineering jobs in different categories; Diversity of the...
- Graduates lacking essential job skills. // Professional Engineering;07/09/97, Vol. 10 Issue 13, p7
Presents the results of a survey indicating the lack of essential skills in engineering graduates in Great Britain conducted by the Association of Graduate Recruiters. Qualities needed from new graduates; Recruitment crisis faced by engineering companies.