MIT's task force on the future of work discusses what the future of employment looks like due to the COVID-19 pandemic and what innovations might happen.
Engineers need to begin working on their careers with the end in mind, to paraphrase author Stephen Covey. Engineering career decisions should consider opportunities, balance, the long view, flexibility, and developing well-rounded expertise.
Career Update: A three-step plan can help engineers begin engineering retirement planning with a checklist, looking at employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) details, anticipated spending, choosing a date and revisions over time.
The October issue of AppliedAutomation focuses on workforce development through universities and colleges and battery safety.
Back to basics tutorial: Understand the terminologies that comprise control engineering and what they mean for engineers.
Gonzaga University launched construction of its $56 million Integrated Science and Engineering facility, which will enable faculty and students to engage in important significant theoretical and applied work in a learning environment.
Collaborative programs benefit employers, colleges, and students.
Companies looking to protect their top engineering talent from rivals should look to improve training, benefits and wages to make employees happier and more productive.
A researcher from Rice University will examine the hurdles women face in STEM careers by examining their everyday work experiences in the profession.
Tech college flexibility helps engineers, skilled workers continue education.