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Engineering work is highly technical, ever-changing and full of new challenges, so it’s understandable that many engineers neglect the work it takes to get ahead in their career. Fortunately, taking steps to advance your engineering career isn’t complicated. It simply calls for a bit of time, work and organization. If you’re currently looking to get Read more »

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The manufacturing sector is going through a very uncertain period; with lagging consumer confidence on one hand and bigger geopolitical issues on the other. In the United States, there is the protectionist sentiment with manufacturing as a major focus points of the Trump Administration. In other regions and Europe specifically, comparable protectionist sentiments are also Read more »

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Some ambitious people focus on working hard and being professional, thinking hard work and good behavior should be enough to get ahead. However, there are other areas to focus on. Hard work and good conduct aren’t enough if your skills are stagnant or your methods are outdated. Also, you should be networking with quality people, Read more »

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New smart devices connected to the internet are constantly coming online, expanding the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). These devices are particularly well suited to the manufacturing industry. In 2016, almost one-fourth of investments in IoT devices was made by the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing was the top industry to spend on IoT that year, and Read more »

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The first completely autonomous cars are projected to hit the market by within the next five to ten years, and while car manufacturers are embracing these vehicles as crucial to their future, driverless cars are poised to completely disrupt the industry. Driverless vehicles are expected to significantly deteriorate private demand for new cars, mostly by Read more »

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Bringing in a hard-working, skilled and ethical employees is no easy task, and getting top employees to come onboard is only meaningful if you can to hold onto them. Unless you’re a highly-prestigious employer like Google, retaining top talent can feel like constant, heavy lifting. Your best staff members may think the grass is greener Read more »