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Students are leaving university with crippling levels of debt. How is this going to impact on the engineering skills shortage, and how can the industry tackle this?
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How
Job interviews don’t always need to be done face to face. For some opportunities, such as short contracts for a CAD Technician or Site Inspector, an employer may not see the need to meet face to face.
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Women
The perceptions of women in engineering are improving, however pay equality in engineering needs to catch up!
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In support of ‘International Women in Engineering Day’ 2017 we have surveyed female engineers to get their valuable insights into how perceptions are changing in the industry
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Statistics show that candidates who have carried out solid interview preparation will have at least a 30% increased chance of gaining an offer.
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How
The demand for quantity surveyors is extremely high, with some reports talking about how it is actually easier to employ a ballet dancer!
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The engineering skills shortage and resulting war on talent is making recruiting the best candidates extremely challenging.
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How
Planning and project controls are fundamental in the world of engineering and the demand is high for skilled and experienced candidates
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Find out how long engineers travel in their commute to work
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Hinkley
After years of negotiations and delays, last month EDF Energy revealed that the first concrete had been poured for a permanent structure at Hinkley Point C. But just as the construction momentum picks up, a debate on pay rates has reared its head.
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