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Posted June 17, 2015 by

Data Scientist, Social Media Manager, Civil Engineer, Computer Systems Analyst and Physical Therapist Among Most Promising Careers for Millennials

The Millennial generation – the largest generation in the workforce — has been tagged with negative workplace stereotypes that they’re narcissistic, obstinate and lacking initiative. Yet smart companies know that unless they start hiring these young employees soon, their future is bleak.

Steven-Rothberg-high-res-close-08-13-2013That realization shows in suddenly robust hiring of Millennials. “This is the strongest year of employment growth for this generation since 2007,” says Steven Rothberg, president and founder of College Recruiter.

“We’re getting close to where we’re seeing equilibrium,” Rothberg adds. “Where just about every college educated young adult that wants to be employed, can easily be employed.” (more…)

Posted March 03, 2015 by

4 Engineering Degrees for the Technically Minded Individual

Portrait of a smiling engineer in a construction site

Portrait of a smiling engineer in a construction site. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

College students who want to get on the fast track to success would do well to consider majoring in engineering. People who graduate with engineering degrees will find that they never have trouble finding work, and engineering is one of the most lucrative fields as well. There are lots of different choices when it comes to engineering majors, and it can be difficult to decide which one is the best. Here is a look at four of the top engineering majors that students should consider. (more…)

Posted September 19, 2014 by

10 Best Jobs for the Future

Female civil engineer wearing helmet and checking the drawings in front of industry harbor background

Female civil engineer wearing helmet and checking the drawings in front of industry harbor background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Are you wondering what positions are going to be in demand moving forward.  As you are considering what kind of employment you want, check out 10 of the best jobs in the future according to Kiplinger in the following post.

· Brickmason—with the housing market expanding, a growing number of brickmasons will find plenty of opportunities. Kiplinger expects construction to begin on 1.07 million new homes in 2014, up 15% from 2013 and the ten-year growth projection for the occupation is 35.5%. The work can be physically demanding, but overall, it comes with one of the lowest stress levels of all the jobs on the list. (more…)

Posted February 05, 2014 by

What to Know About Entry Level Jobs in Civil Engineering in 2014

For those of you interested in finding entry level jobs in civil engineering this year, the following post has some information to keep in mind.

Entry level civil engineering jobs are provided to the fresher civil engineers who can tackle any building assignment efficiently, single-handedly or under the supervision of a senior.

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Posted June 06, 2012 by

Civil engineer interview questions

 

Do you have an interview coming up for a civil engineering job? Your potential employer will want to know that you are ready to work in the construction site, that you possess relevant knowledge, that you are able to construct the buildings according to all requirements and that you will comply with all government regulations.

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Posted April 18, 2012 by

13 Best Jobs for College Graduates

As college graduates prepare to enter the real world, they are hoping for a better job market to search for potential opportunities.  Hopefully, graduates will find positions in their respective fields.  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, some areas are expected to flourish, leading to more jobs in this decade.  If you are a graduate who plans to work in one of the following fields, then your chances of getting a job look pretty good. (more…)

Posted December 13, 2011 by

Top 10 Best Jobs Overall for the 21st Century

Today’s job seekers face numerous obstacles: a recession that has eliminated countless positions and crowded the job-seeking field; ever-changing technology; and pressures to do more with less. It can be difficult for anyone to decide which career to pursue.

Best Jobs for the 21st Century helps job seekers quickly and easily focus their career options and learn more about jobs of interest. Author Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., includes 69 lists divided by demographic, experience, salary and more. The “Best Jobs Overall” list contains 400 jobs ranked by the best combination of pay, growth and openings. Here are the top 10 best jobs overall for the 21st Century: (more…)