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What cities are known for mechanical engineering opportunities?

My fiance and I would like to get married within the next year, but I'm planning on going to graduate school so I need to apply to schools in cities with ample mechanical engineering opportunities so that my future husband, a mechanical engineering major, will be likely to get job offers in the same city. He seems to think that engineers can get jobs anywhere, but I'd still like narrow my search of grad schools for those in cities with ample opportunities for him.

Asked By: cricket.kent - 6/7/2008
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Try http://www.engineerjobs.com/ -George http://www.spec-eng.com/index.html
Answered By: Murph - 6/10/2008
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try the web or maybe the university??
Answered By: Duane M - 6/7/2008
 
Most major cities have opportunities for engineers. I live in the Phoenix area and we have companies like Intel, Honeywell and APS who need engineers. I mention APS because I work for them and I know we're hiring at Palo Verde. I posted the search page for my company if you're fiance wants to take a look.
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Answered By: hamburgler - 6/7/2008
 
I'm a mechanical engineer. I used to work for Chevron in Texas and now work for Intel in New Mexico so I can speak to my experiences in those states. What is your fiance interested in doing? That will help you pinpoint the right city. There are a lot of opportunities for ME's in the oil/natural gas industry and it pays... More
Answered By: nire107 - 6/7/2008
 
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