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Posted April 14, 2015 by

Tips for Community College Engineers Trying to Transfer to University

Engineering professional with group of students in training

Engineering professional with group of students in training. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you are interested in a future in engineering but you are not sure how to transfer from a community college into a university, then you are not alone. Most of the time, candidates who have earned an associate’s degree in engineering are easily able to transfer into a four-year university program that culminates in a bachelor’s degree, and they can even go on to earn graduate degrees in various types of engineering science. (more…)

Posted October 06, 2014 by

Is an MBA Necessary to Startup Your Tech Business?

If you have thought about running your own tech business without pursuing your MBA, it may not be out of the question.  There are some people you have probably heard of who’ve accomplished this task.  On the other hand, the more knowledge you get before attempting to start a company can only better prepare you.  Either way, here is an infographic to help you learn more about having your own startup. (more…)

Posted April 30, 2013 by

Top Paid Grads From Class of 2013 Are Engineering Majors

Marilyn Mackes of the National Association of Colleges and Employers

Marilyn Mackes of NACE

Technical majors head the list of highest-paid majors for the college Class of 2013, according to a new report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

In particular, NACE’s April 2013 Salary Survey—the first look at starting salaries for the Class of 2013—found that seven engineering majors are among the 10 top-paid for the college Class of 2013. (See Figure 1.)

“Engineering majors are consistently among the highest paid because the demand for them is so great,” says Marilyn Mackes, NACE executive director. (more…)

Posted January 22, 2013 by

6 of 10 Top Paying Majors in Engineering

Marilyn Mackes of the National Association of Colleges and Employers

Marilyn Mackes of NACE

Technical majors—particularly those in engineering—dominated the list of top-paying majors in 2012, according to a new report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

NACE’s January 2013 Salary Survey found that six engineering majors were among the 10 highest-paid at the bachelor’s-degree level.  (more…)

Posted August 29, 2012 by

12.2% Hiring Increase Projected for 2013 Grads

NACE logoThe job market for college graduates continues to improve according to preliminary results from the NACE’s Job Outlook 2013 survey.

The 12.2 percent projected increase in hiring of recent college graduates comes on top of the 9.5 increase seen in 2012. Part of the strength in the 2013 numbers is due to only eight percent of employers planning to hire fewer graduates, the lowest number seen since 2007.

The degrees most in demand are: (more…)

Posted September 23, 2006 by

Electrical Engineering Entry-Level

You want to be an electrical engineer and you don‚Äôt know where to head, where to start, where to even look!!! Breathe; calm down it’s okay because there are many web resources available for talented people such as yourself. You will, most surely find a job in no time in your chosen field.
I say first look into sites that have an electrical engineering focus because not only will you find job opportunities, but also resources to make you a more marketable potential employee. If you are so inclined to read up on just exactly will be your electrical engineering visit and, they always have nice “getting started” resources.
Take a look at the entry-level electrical engineering resources below and don’t forget to visit this site ( for all your entry-level electrical engineering needs first!