When hiring managers begin to write the list of qualifications, they build lists of everything they think they want in a candidate. It’s a process not unlike building a dating profile; pulling characteristics out of the air to describe the perfect match. In dating, people tend to understand that finding someone who matches that description is unlikely. When they find someone they like, it is almost a coincidence when they match even the broadest elements of the original profile.
The U.S. manufacturing sector has faced its fair share of challenges over the years, with many firms closing plants and others shipping operations overseas.
Job seekers who want to advance their careers in biotechnology or pharmaceutical engineering may want to take advantage of the resources available to them.
A Central Kansas city is seeing a bright start to the year with the expansion of a local plant.
Many graduates of manufacturing trade schools do not spend their new-found free time job hunting once they complete their studies.
A Denver-area family-owned engineering firm is looking to bring on some new blood to its ranks.
Two high-tech engineering companies have announced expansions as they continue to look for qualified workers.
Connecticut-based submarine manufacturer Electric Boat Corporation has announced plans to recruit hundreds of engineers in 2012 at its shipyard facility in Groton.
A chemical manufacturer recently announced an increase in the amount of construction jobs that will be needed for the construction of its new Tennessee plant.