Hello all, I need help with a good covering letter for a job as a trainee laboratory technician. The job is located near to my home, its a fantastic opportunity for me because its going to be in a very interesting field. The job doesn't require experience as fully training will be given. I have never worked in a laboratory before but I graduated as a civil engineer more than 12 years ago. I have mostly worked in offices. Please help, any ideas will be appreciated. Many thanks.
I have a diploma in graphic design and photography and no other qualifications, I have looked into courses In autocad but I am really not sure which one would be the best. There is City&Guilds autocad part time at my local college but it's only one evening a week, I am thinking to ask local Architect and engineering firms to do some experience to get my foot into the door.
Any good advice out there?
I found a construction engineering but what's the differences civil engineering?
Which career could I find more jobs opportunites?
How much civil engineers and architect can work on 10 floors building project? just try to guess to get an basic idea about that
how many sorry
I know that physics can be really tricky and its easy to make a mistake, especially the complicated kind of physics engineers do.
How do you prevent mistakes from happening?
I want to spend at least 85?f my time designing algorithms or other technical things until the day I retire (or kick the bucket). Not project management, not business development or client schmoozing... Is that a reasonable expectation for your industry?
I am a young civil engineer who has discovered my field expects a project management trajectory and I hate that. I liked learning C, fortran, CUDA and linear algebra much better anyway in school...
Thanks for the insight!
What are the academic steps of becoming a Aeronautics & Astronautics Engineer? Please don’t hesitate to go into detail. Thank you for your time and help.
This means up too and including A levels or btec national diplomas....if you can think of any other jobs in building design that would be good...other than architecture..because i would not like that much responsibility
Like Check-in, Operations Manager, ATC
What does an engineer exactly do? What different types of engineers are there? What type of money do they make?
We were having a discussion in class and even though i asked my teacher, he didn't quite answer my questions where i could understand. Id love any feedback!
I want to join the airforce... the United Arabian Emiretes air force but was asking if like the American/European airforces Have officers that are not pilot/enginer.. if so what other fields should i try to apply for or study in college/uni
also i want to know what fields are available in the airforce anythin that will get me into the military
If the US has a shortage of engineering majors, why don't engineering firms recruit say, math majors, or liberal arts majors and teach them on-the-job skills to complete engineering projects?
Would that be possible in some areas, such as civil engineering or mechanical engineering?
I would like to "get out of the box", meaning a cubicle. Can't take it much more. Does anyone know of a job that deals with the public that can utilize my technical skills? I don't mind taking a small pay cut but I have two kids to feed and need to find something that will pay close to what I make now. I'm lucky, in that I get to work with smart people, but the cubicle enviroment is going to make me go insane pretty soon. Any suggestions?
I am High School Senior who will go to college next year. I heard You need to know Some Physics. But i am geeting C in my Physics class. Does this show i am not meant to be in this career?
What a levels do you need to be one besides physics?
how much more knowledge do you need to do it at university that you do not gain in a levels?
which university are the best ones for it?
what being an electronic engineer involves after university job wise and the possibility of being a researcher?
what practical abilities do you need to be good at it?
With low class dole scum who would rob you at the least opportunity...what the f*** can I do? its such a joke these bankers have f***ed everybody over... the government should be creating more jobs
First of all, I'm talking about an associates degree in mechanical engineering technician, (im not really sure how the b.a. degree differs but its probably the same job with more pay)
like what kind of hours do they work, what kind of places?
what kind of work do/can they do. just whats it like. how much do they get paid?
how does someone go about finding a job in that field with that kind of education?
I wanna become a rocket scientist...I was wondering how I would do this, I'm a freshman in high school, and I was wondering what colleges would have that, and what classes I would have to take...thanks a bunch if you can help me follow a dream... :-)