Urgent need for qualified and experienced workers for our projects in Australia. "minimum of 2 years experience": send your resume to: email@example.com #management #civilengineer #engineer #australia #construction
HSE Engineer Planning Engineer Construction Manager QA QC Manager QA QC Engineers HSE Manager Technical Managers Project Control Manager. Civil Engineers. Chemical Engineers. Mechanical engineers.
Information Managers Inc. is looking for:
Sales and Marketing Account Representative / Officer Sales and Marketing Assistant Sales Account Officer
- Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree , Computer Science/Information Technology, Engineering (Computer/Telecommunication), Science & Technology or equivalent.
- With or without working experience.
- Willing to commit to tight project schedules and high software quality standards.
- Fast learner, highly technical and analytic, creative and attentive to details.
- Skilled in developing test scripts, system testing and debugging.
- Fresh graduates/Entry level applicants are encouraged to apply.
Interested applicants may send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ah, perhaps...If your skill set is in demand...at the time you apply! If not, it's a prolonged search.
"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. ;-)