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The Tiny Gadget That Can Diagnose Skin Cancer: Meet Michael Takla of The sKan, Winner of the James Dyson Award 2017

A team of bright medical and bioengineering undergraduates from McCaster University recently won the 2017 international James Dyson Award for their revolutionary design solution, the sKan, a

The Best Ways to Show Experience on Your Engineering CV

A CV/resume is designed to introduce you to potential employers, and to market your skills, experience, and strengths. While a small number of individuals have landed a job on the strength of their

How to Break Into A Government Engineering Job

For engineers, the government is one of the premier places to look for jobs. Government engineering jobs provide good pay and benefits, job security and the satisfaction of doing something worthwhile

6 Qualities That Make Excellent Engineers

Exceptionally competent, creative yet logically practical, and incredibly influential on everyone’s daily lives, engineers are often the objects of envy from other professionals who have less impact

How To Switch To An Engineering Career From An Unrelated Job

Career changes are a big jump, and they can be scary, but that doesn’t mean they’re impossible. In fact, today, they’re more common than not. Many people are leaning away from a long-term career with

How Engineering Employers Can Get The Most From Job Boards

Gone are the days that Job boards simply sit back, take your advertising money and let the candidates roll in. A quick glance inside the modern day job board will reveal that Jo boards are working