Hey guyz, is there anyone who has done a technical interview before? If so, how did you prepare for it? Was the preparation sufficient? What were the results?
It is for a construction engineering job Thank you.
I found a construction engineering but what's the differences civil engineering?
Which career could I find more jobs opportunites?
My boyfriend and I have been doing some research to see what he could do with his Associates Degree in Construction Engineering Technology. Any ideas are greatly appreciated! Thanks!
What's the job description of a construction engineer?
How it distinguish from a classic civil engineer?
What sort of projects can he realize?
I scored a 74 on my ASVAB and am looking into going into the USMC, and I am exploring my possible career options. I was wondering what engineering jobs (besides Combat Engineer and Weapon Technician) that the Marines have? Thanks for any advice.
@doug b. Yeah, you have problems.
Im an air force rotc cadet studying mechanical engineering and im going to enlist in either the army or air national guard. ive looked into the corps of engineers but it seems like it is mostly civil waterway work and they will most likely make me a constryction worker with a gun. So what can i do that will give me job experience to transition into any kind of civilian engineering job.
In his speech yesterday he spoke about creating millions of jobs for americans in construction and civil engineering .
' Jobs that cannot be outsourced' was the rhetoric.
Has he never heard of migrant labour?
Or is he planning on a package of measures aimed at discrimination against the lowest paid people in the world?
My background is chemical engineering with a diploma in mechanical engineering from a well reputed Canadian university . I did not find a break in process engineering thus far and I was doing instrumentation engineering for a year and found it quite boring.
I decided to take a job as a construction engineer starting this month. I realize its a very civil sort of direction to my career and would be involved with the oil and gas sector (something I like) as opposed to instrumention where I was involved with the mining industry.
I am wondering what is the scope if I were to focus my career in construction engineering/estimating. What would be the pay scale down the road, growth and finally easy employability.
I have my bachelors from a foreign university and I have not been able to get a job with my degree in Quantity Surveying. Consequently, I intend to go to grad school for a degree that would build on my foundation in construction engineering and management and yet offer optimum versatility in the current economy. Your suggestion/advise is very much appreciated. Thanks
I am an international student graduated with masters in construction engineering. I have been looking for job for 5 months now and totally disappointed. I just want to know
1) Are people getting job in civil engineering( entry level)?
2) What are the ways international students can get job?( I apply for every civil engineering job in the internet)
3) Is it better to go back to own country?( It will take decades to pay back my education loan)
I'm currently a college junior working on earning my Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (structural engineering specifically). I'm looking for a job related to my field of study, in order to get some sort of general experience in the construction, design, engineering areas. I have an Associate's degree in Civil Engineering. So I thought I can perhaps get an entry level position as a Civil Drafter or in Civil Engineering Technology, something along those lines. Does anyone have any ideas on what other (small) jobs I can have that'll introduce me to the construction/engineering/design workforce? Any suggestions will be a great help. Thanks in advance!
I'm currently a Sophomore in a Mechanical engineering major. I really want a hands on job but it seems that most engineering involves being behind a desk. I enjoy working with hand tools, taking things apart, putting them together and I really like to be creative and try different things (like inventing or improving or building something). Are there many Engineering jobs that I would actually be able to be mostly hands on and creative in? And if so what would they be?
What besides special ops forces are the hardest enlisted jobs? I got a civil engineer job on my contract pavement and construction equipment operator. Not sure if its a sucky job but its what i was given.
I know that there are many different areas of engineering, but does it matter what engineering degree i take? can i still get other engineering jobs if i take a civil engineering course?
and are there much job oppertunities in london for young civil engineers?
I intend going to Grad school to get a masters degree in Construction engineering and Management, but I have a problem with the issue of its prospects for a Black man.
I will appreciate if anyone can share experiences that could help me decide on the way forward.
How practical is it to attend law school when your undergrad degree is in construction engineering? On paper it looks good; theoretically they both solve problems and figure things out through research, but are there really jobs for this type of education.
Than to dump $700 billion into a failed banking system?
Such a program would revitalize American industry, provide thousands of construction and engineering jobs, and provide vast investment potential--all while helping us kick the toxic foreign oil habit.
Seems like a win-win-win to me, whereas all the bailout proposal seems to do is get us to tread water for maybe a little longer.
I am looking for electrical engineer job in India.
I have 4 years experience in Gulf.
I like to work in india now.
In which city i can get good growth and experience in construction electrical engineering?
I am a construction engineer and I recently accepted a position in an office environment from spending some time in the field. I thought this would be something that I like, but I am finding that I have been feeling like a trapped rat in a box. It seems like every day I come to work it gets worse and my boss is a pompus ass most of the time. Should I give it time for the adjustment or should I hit the ground running and never look back. Obviously financial aspects have been taken into consideration as well. I took a paycut when I accepted this position because there aren't very many field engineering positions where I live. The construction industry is slowing residentially and commercially in the South. Kind of a catch 22. I just don't like feeling that I have to keep a job I am not enjoying. Suggestions?
I have been applying for civil engineering and construction jobs for a while, with nothing yet. I am getting a bit restless and thinking of working for free until I can land a full time job. Any tips on how this works? Do I post an ad for myself on craigslist or some other site? Do I email companies individually? I feel a bit hesitant about emailing companies because I feel that implies that they cannot afford to hire people. Any advice will help thanks!