Are you interested in exploring career options?
Interested in a career in engineering? Computing? Science? Nanoscience? The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), along with our other partners, brings you sites dedicated to those topics. Discover the creative engineer in you and find out how engineering applies to your daily life. Consider a career in computing. Look up science museums and science fairs. Interested in learning about Nanoscience and Nanotechnology?
The Burning Glass Company conducted research that concluded that the supply of STEM college graduates continues to lag far behind employer STEM talent needs. Read more about the opportunities in STEM careers. Also, learn more about opportunities in fields such as cybersecurity, health informatics, and in “middle skills” jobs.
The future of manufacturing jobs is bright and lucrative, according to this article in the Wall Street Journal. While requiring advanced skills, some of the career paths may also help avoid student debt.
Watch this video to learn what Millennials think of Manufacturing Careers:
Here is where you can learn about future earnings and the return on your education investment.
Deciding between two colleges (or four?!)? Read Payscale’s College Salary Report and compare Alumni earnings by school and degrees.
Glassdoor has reported on pay scale in the technology field and reveals a gap between genders.
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Now that you have done some research, it’s time to start planning. Here are some of the planning tools we believe you might find useful:
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