The Engineering Job Market: 2014 and Beyond

Posted on December 20, 2013. Filed under: Engineering, Job Market Trends, STEM | Tags: , , |

engineer careerThe U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released its projections for the engineering profession spanning through 2018. To visualize the progression of this job market, GlobalSpec has produced the infographic you see here.

Overall, the market for biomedical engineers and civil engineers seems to be trending the best, but engineering as whole is expected to grow steadily through to 2018.

Some criticisms of the BLS numbers are that automotive engineering is not represented here and that despite cries of an engineering shortage, many engineers are not seeing this play out in their marketplaces.

Would love to hear your comments here. Do you think these numbers give an accurate picture of the engineering job market?

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NJ-Based Construction Project Engineer (PE) Candidate Profile

Posted on November 12, 2013. Filed under: Candidate Profiles, Engineering | Tags: , , |

Candidate Profile Snippet

Many recruiters and employers come to ITtechExec and NoddlePlace looking for specific skills sets, and it is our aim to match our clients up with those needs. Therefore, toward that effort, we highlight some of our clients each week and share this post across all of our network.

Want to know more?

For the full resume or in an introduction to the client highlighted here, contact Stephen at Stephen@ittechexec.com directly.

New Jersey Construction Project Engineer and Efficiency Expert w/6 years of experience, PE license:

  • Certified Energy Manager (CEM)
  • LEED AP accreditation
  • BS in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers
  • Taking building projects from design to construction and completion
  • Brings focus on value engineering
  • Excellent customer-facing and engagement management skills

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