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Engineering Career and Job Hunting Advice for August 23, 2016

Engineering Career Advice Articles for August 23, 2016 - RF CafeLots of new job hunting, job improving, and job retention articles have been published since my last round-up in early July. A dozen or more websites are typically looked at when collecting useful items to post here. The vast majority of articles are, IMHO, useless and appear to be written by people whose only job experience is writing employment advice for people who actually work. I'm guessing they'll someday find a cushy job in a government bureaucracy office. Fortunately, a few writers present useful information, especially pertaining to tech-oriented people like us. Some of their offerings are provided here.

Here is a list of current engineering jobs listed on RF Cafe.
Here are the complete job resource lists for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019.

 

 

Posted August 23, 2016

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