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Promising engineering careers

December 16,2010 by: Dallas Browne

One of the most promising careers is engineering. Basically this particular field is the association and application of the principles of mathematics and science to aid technical problems in providing for the needs of the society. Engineering has several areas of specialization that aspirants can choose from. Some fields of engineering are primarily concerned with the creation of various products which may include chemicals, robots, power plants, toys and a lot more. The design and production job performed by engineers also involves reliability, safety and cost evaluations. Many engineers are also working on testing manufactured products and determining any roots … (more) December 16, 2010

Becoming a mechanical engineer: tasks and basic requirements

November 09,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Did you know that there are many kinds of engineers today? If you have the aptitude for machines and tools, then one course you might want to consider is mechanical engineering. As its name implies, mechanical engineering deals with the production and use of mechanical power. They design, operate and use different types of machines which are used in different industries. They build engines which produce steam, gasoline and other sources of energy. Tasks of a Mechanical Engineer Their main task is to ensure that all design and process requirements are met so that the machines (and the bigger equipments … (more) November 9, 2010

Discovering Engineering Careers

September 05,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Looking for employment is now one of the most difficult challenges which graduates should overcome in order to make sense out of their college education. Landing in a job is essential so to support the requisites of living. A lot of careers are already filled up and most people would not want to try out something which seems hard and taxing. Mental jobs like that of engineering careers are less considered especially those who think of them as complicated. However, if one’s interest in science and mathematics is discovered and honed, there is no doubt these jobs in engineering will … (more) September 5, 2010

The Specializations in Engineering

September 04,2010 by: Dallas Browne

The Federal Government’s Standard Occupational Classification or SOC System considers seventeen engineering specialties that infuse the wonders of mathematics and science. It is a must to understand that there are other numerous specialties as identified by other professional societies and each of these are major branches of engineering which are still divided into hundreds of subdivisions. An engineer may opt to specialize in one particular industry or technology. For instance, motor vehicle is one specialization and turbines and semiconductor materials is an example of its subdivisions. There are engineers that focus on aerospace. Their responsibilities include the testing and supervision … (more) September 4, 2010

Your Guide To Your Future Civil Engineering Career

August 24,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Civil engineers perform duties in engineering such as designing, planning, maintenance and construction  of buildings and facilities such as bridges, airports, power plants, water and sewerage systems, roads, dams, harbors and all other structures that need the hands of civil engineers.  The task of a civil engineer includes the following:  Establish control systems to assure an efficient functioning and safety of building structures. Provides advice on the design and structure of dams, airports, canals, flood control system and huge buildings. Inspect and monitors project sites to ensure safety, specification and sanitation of structures on progress. Studies and give advise … (more) August 24, 2010