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Anantha Priya Nettem
over 6 months ago

Looking for a job in the feild of Mechanical Engineerig. Have Masters degree specializing in Manufacturing and Design . Worked as a Teaching Assistant at Mechanical department at the University. I am a Skilled Solidworks designer. I am trying for jobs on my own but references will be of a great help.

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Watipaso Kumwenda
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Kevin Wilson

Ah, perhaps...If your skill set is in demand...at the time you apply! If not, it's a prolonged search.

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Doug Helbling

"Engineer" covers a rather broad spectrum of possibilities. Are you talk about civil, software, systems, mechanical, electronic? Rocket Scientist and Aerospace Engineer are real jobs with an increasing bucket of opportunity. Seems we have more software engineers than other types. As one of those myself (with background in electronics engineering and systems engineering), I can say from experience that to start by looking at the job listings within the framework of your specific engineering discipline is a very good way to see what is really going on.

Look at the skill requirements listed. Look at the proposed salary ranges. And research the individual companies with listed openings, including checking out employee reviews with resources like Glass Door. Other factors to "making more money" include employee turnover rates, industry trends toward outsourcing / off-shoring jobs in your industry slice, and available work-at-home options, which can broaden the range of possibilities for you considerably.

Good luck. Meanwhile, keep in mind that it's not all about the money. You can spend twenty years in a field and discover you cannot stand it any longer. Burnout is a Thing. Make sure you choose to do something you love or at least strongly like.

If you're only about the money, you may want to consider becoming a YouTube star, a professional climate denier, or a televangelist. There the sky's the limit. You can be your own boss and not be bothered with silly things like Reality. ;-)

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Eduardo Aguinaga
over 6 months ago

It took a little over three months

I finally landed a job. I applied to a minimum of 5 jobs each week. I had many interviews and most of those turned out very well but I didn't get the job.

I am an Application Security Engineer with over 10 years of static code analysis experience and over 20 years of software development experience. You would think it would have been easy to find a job. It wasn't.

The problem is my age and my high level of experience can be a turn off. I got to the point I almost landed several jobs but I lost out to younger and cheaper help. I kept on trying in spite of losing so many opportunities.

I finally found the right job. It pays less than my last job but what I am getting is perfect. It is the most I can make without effecting my social security benefits. And I am working remotely again, which is perfect also.

The best thing you can do is to keep on applying and do the best you can. Tell the truth about everything, even if you think it might limit your chances. Interviewers may prefer your honesty and it's easier for you.

Remember it is a very crowded job market. Don't believe that BS about how great the job market is. In my experience it is very tough and you need to stick it out if you are going to succeed.

Apply, apply and apply some more. Refine your resume so it is easier for the HR person to read. Do some searching on the internet on the subject of effective resumes. I was fortunate and had a professional resume writer do my resume. It was the best money I ever spent.

A great resume makes a huge difference. Do not under estimate it. Take time to make your resume stand out. And then apply, apply and apply.

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REYNALDO MATUTINO
over 6 months ago

Electrical Engineer & GEneral Engineer

I am an Electrical Engineer with experience in Electrical Designs and 14 years in the PWD, Diego Garcia NAVFAC Far East as General Engineering doing construction Management and administrations of IDIQ, Special and MILCON projects in the U.S. Navy.

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Eduardo Leon Jimenez
5 months ago
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Gilberto Leon

I am a deck officer.

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Eduardo Leon Jimenez

Hola Gilberto me gustaría trabajar en la reparación y mantenimiento de los buques o yates de mayor embergadura.

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Mauricha Smith
4 months ago

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Allen Sincavage
over 6 months ago

Certified Safety Professional

Certified Safety Professional with over 25 years of experience in industrial, pipeline and construction environments which includes the introduction of programs that reduced personal injuries and vehicle accidents and writing of policies or procedures that met or exceeded OSHA and DOT regulatory compliance standards. In order to achieve corporate objectives has experience in developing mutually beneficial working relationships with employees and management. Also possesses the skills to develop and present training programs to increase safety awareness and understanding the need for using proper procedures. Also familiar with the various accident investigation techniques that help identify the root cause of the accident in order to prevent a re-occurrence.

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Rachid Zourdani
over 6 months ago

mechanical engineering

I am Mechanical Engineer with + 2 years of experience in manufacturing, I am looking to rebuild my career in USA as maintenance machining

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Danny Flora
over 6 months ago

Pretty Cool: CH2M Offers a “Check Application Status” Feature

No more wondering if CH2M received or reviewed your application - they offer an online “check application status” feature: http://www.ch2m.com/careers/candidate-support#checkstatus

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