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Woman Engineer Magazine, launched in 1979, is a career-guidance and recruitment magazine offered at no charge to qualified women engineering, computer science and information technology students & professionals seeking employment and advancement opportunities in their careers.

This magazine reaches students and professional women engineers nationwide at their home addresses, colleges and universities, and chapters of student and professional organizations.

If you are a woman engineering student or professional, Woman Engineer is available to you FREE!

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Reader Survey

Equal Opportunity Publications surveys its readers each year in order to publish updated information on career goals and statistics on the current diversified workforce to our online and print readers. Complete our Annual Reader Preference Survey and be eligible to win a $25 gift card.

Woman Engineer Magazine Reader Preference Survey

1.List the top three companies or government agencies where you would most like to work or that you believe would provide a positive working environment for women. List in order of highest-ranking first
1.
2.
3.
2.List the top 3 benefits that your ideal place of employment would offer?
"Family-friendly" benefits
Diversity training
Formal mentoring programs
Tuition reimbursement
In-house training
Health insurance
Pension or 401K plan
Telecommuting
Flextime
3. Are you currently looking for a job?
Yes
No
If yes, are you looking for
First job
Job change
Career change
If yes, would you relocate?
Within the U.S.
Internationally
4. How important to you are “family-friendly” benefits for men and women employees?
Very important
Slightly important
Not important
Don’t know
5. Which of the following do you wish that you knew more about?
The job-search process
Business etiquette
Management skills
Computer skills
Hands-on experience
Problemsolving
Trends in your field
Negotiation skills
Professional image
Teamwork skills
Networking
How to find a mentor
Conflict-resolution skills
6. Did you have a mentor and do you currently serve as a mentor?
Yes
No
7. Do you reach out into the community to serve as a role model to young women students?
Yes
No
8. Are you treated equally vs. your male counterparts?
Very much
Slightly
Need improvement
9. Do you often work at home?
Yes
No
10. What advice would you give to employers who want to hire women engineers?
11. What advice do you have for other women engineering students and/or professionals?
12. Your Age
13. Are you a college student?
Yes
No
14. Are you a professional engineer?
Yes
No
15. Contact Details
Name(Optional)
Address(Optional)
Email Address*


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