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Biomed & Bioengineering 
This field is as exciting as it is important, with the companies involved challenged to find solutions to medical issues on an ongoing basis. read more 


Americans Say Engineering Is Leading Profession Driving U.S. Innovation, Finds TE Connectivity Survey 
TE Connectivity Ltd., a $13 billion world leader in connectivity, released findings of its Engineering Sentiment Survey, examining American attitudes toward the engineering profession and its broader impact on innovation. read more



Tips On Bouncing Back After Losing Your Job
Tami Cannizzaro has a bachelor of science in engineering technology and a MBA, both from Texas A&M University. She worked in engineering for close to two years before starting the MBA program.  read more


EngineerJobs.com Releases Findings On Hiring Across The U.S.  
A new report released by EngineerJobs.com, a job site for engineers in the U.S. and Canada, shows that engineers remain in high demand in California, Texas, and New York, while certain demographic markets are hot beds for engineers in specific disciplines. read more

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