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Check Out Glassdoor’s Top 10 Technical Careers (IEEE Education Week)

Technical jobs are among the most popular and well-paying careers in today’s job market. Whether you are a recent college graduate or a professional looking to change roles, there is no shortage of technical careers from which to choose. However, some technical careers are more sought-after than others. According to the employer review service Glassdoor, […]

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7 In-Demand IT Skills That Can Get You Hired (IEEE Education Week) 

Technology professionals are some of the most sought-after workers in today’s economy. Currently, only 1.7 percent of tech workers in the U.S. are unemployed, compared to about 4 percent of the rest of the workforce, according to the New York Times. For those who work in cyber security, unemployment drops to around 0.2 percent. Tech […]

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How to Have a Successful Job Interview in English

Are you getting ready to interview for your dream engineering or technical job, but fear your English speaking skills will hold you back? No matter how advanced your English is, there are steps you can take to make sure the interview goes as smoothly as possible.  Practice Commonly Asked Job Interview Questions: The first thing […]

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Four Ways Organizations Can Foster Career Growth for Women in STEM

It’s no secret that women who work in science, engineering, technology, and mathematics (STEM) on average face greater obstacles than their male peers. Not only are women underrepresented in these fields, they are also frequently paid less, sidelined to junior positions, and are more likely than their male partners to sacrifice their careers after having […]

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Why Women in Tech Favor Companies With Strong Diversity Goals

This month, for the first time in history, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry has gone exclusively to two women. French scientist Emmanuelle Charpentier and American scientist Jennifer Doudna were jointly awarded the prize for their work on Crispr-Cas9, a revolutionary DNA editing technique.  “This technology has utterly transformed the way we do research in basic […]

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