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Nov 11 | John Platt

Career Focus: Systems Engineering

Are you an engineer who likes to think outside of the box, possesses leadership and communication skills, and thrives at improving the connections between greater parts of a whole? Then systems engineering might be a good next step for your career.

Nov 11 | Debra Feldman

How to Land a New Job Faster: Be Your Own Talent Agent

When competing in today's tight job market, job seekers must do their own planning, packaging, promoting, pricing and selling.

Nov 11 | Elizabeth Lions

Cover Letters: Too Much "I" Doesn't Leave Room for Me

Cover letters don't need to be tricky. Keep the tone about being of service, and you'll get the audience's attention.

Nov 11 | George F. McClure

Twenty Years of Pension "Improvements"

The traditional defined benefit pension served as the gold standard for retirement security, where the employer took the risk in delivering the promised benefit. But over the past two decades, many firms have turned the risk over to the employees.

Nov 11 | Chris Brantley and Glenn Tenney

Policy in the Cloud: Congress Looks at the Fed's Role in Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing represents a revolutionary technological leap forward for policy-makers, who must grapple with new issues related to security, privacy, law enforcement and more.

Nov 11 | Dr. Carolyn Turbyfill

Software Risk Management

This article discusses how vulnerabilities, threats, weakness, defects and exploits greatly reduce the ability to ensure acceptable system behavior.

Nov 11 | IEEE-USA Staff

NCEES Seeks Volunteers for FE Exam Review

NCEES is seeking engineering professionals to participate in a content review for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam to help update the exam's test specifications.

Nov 11 | John Platt

Report Addresses Entrepreneurship, Promises 10K New Engineers a Year

The United States must invest in infrastructure, accelerate entrepreneurship, increase competitiveness and focus on developing the professionals the economy will need in five to 10 years, says a new report from the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.

Nov 11 | Russ Harrison

STEM Education Bill Introduced in Congress

On 5 October, Rep. Raul Labrador introduced a bill to change the process international students use to become U.S. citizens. The bill would dramatically reduce the time between students earning advanced degrees and getting a green card.

Nov 11 | IEEE-USA Staff

IP Seminar: The New Patent Law and What it Means to You

On 22 October, IEEE-USA hosted a seminar to help those interested in the patent process better understand the America Invents Act and its potential impact. Video from the seminar is now available online.

Nov 11 | IEEE-USA Staff

Tech News Digest

A roundup of news and notable developments in electrical engineering and computer or information technology.

Nov 11 | Sheldon H. Hochheiser, Ph.D.

Your Engineering Heritage: Fiber Optics

 

Nov 11 | Terrance Malkinson

World Bytes: Steve Jobs

 


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