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Workforce Diversity For Engineering And IT Professionals Magazine, established in 1994, is the first magazine published for the professional, diversified high-tech workforce, which encompasses everyone, including women, members of minority groups, people with disabilities, and non-disabled white males. to advance in the diversified working community.

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 Top Six Highest Paid Engineering Jobs

Median Wage
Petroleum Engineer $129,990
Computer Engineer $111,730
Aerospace Engineer $107,830
Chemical Engineer $97,360
Electrical Engineer $93,010
Materials Engineer $91,310
Sources: Aerotek, U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics
 
 
A Look at Leadership
Dale Carnegie Training released its first-ever Global Leadership Study, a new report that shows which leadership qualities are needed to encourage growth in the workplace. The essential elements of the report show praise, appreciation, empathy, honesty and trust are key drivers to fostering employee growth.
Other key findings include:
Direct supervisor behavior increases the intention to stay in their job for at least the next 2 to 5 years to 67% from an average of 59%. Employees seek for supervisors who exhibit such effective behaviors as “encourages me to express my ideas” and “admits when they’re wrong.”
When supervisors exhibit development and interpersonal leadership behaviors, satisfaction increased to 33% from an average of 24%.
Nearly 8 in 10 (78%) employees are more motivated by a leader who “encourages me and makes me believe in my ability to improve” than one who is satisfied with competence.
Source: Dale Carnegie Training’s Global Leadership Study
 
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