What is the difference between industrial designers and manufacturing engineers? What are their job descriptions and what do each make for average salaries? Is one better than the other?
That keep American R&D, manufacturing, and engineering jobs here? Why are so many people opposed to American professionals having jobs just so some company can increase their bottom line by hiring some foreigner to work at rates as low as 5 dollars per day?
I have a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from a major university and have been in the workforce for 2 years. I am looking for a Manufacturing/Project/Process Engineer job that will require lots of international travel. How do I go about finding a job that would let me travel? Is there a website that has a listing of all these types of jobs that are now looking to hire? (I am not looking for a sales position).
3 years experience in product development and manufacturing. How can I go about finding a part time engineering job (30 hours a week). There are non posted on CareerBuilder, Monster, etc.
Like i want to be a engineer that is more hands on then sitting around designing and i am really interested on how a car works. And Which one is better suited for me mechanical or manufacturing or any other engineering job? or is even engineering right For me?
I will be completing an internship in a few weeks at a small company which specializes in foam fabrication and conversion. I will have been there this entire summer (~ 3 months). Although I do not have an official title or do they have an offical engineer working there, my duties closely resemble one of a Manufacturing Engineer. I will graduate this coming December with a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. How much more likely am I to now land a job immediately after graduation? Should I even expect landing a job right after college?
I would like to know the popularity of this job... Will it be a good job that have high demands in the future...? What kind of jobs will i get.?
What is the best way to go about finding an Electrical Engineering job? Anyone know about any place hiring Electrical Engineer's. Posted resume on Monster and Career builder. Have gotten some interviews, but nothing to great.
I want a high paying engineering job, but i dont want one the is overbearingly difficult to learn and perform...out of electrical, petroleum, and chemical, which one is the best one in terms of being able to learn it and salary??
If you know of other engineering fields list them as well.
For example i do not want to be sitting and designing and drafting i want to be in the plant or part of manufacturing like actually make it.
What are the different parts in mechanical engineering? Like i said i do not want to actually design it or is MANUFACTURING engineer more better for me?
I have been offered a position as a manufacturing engineer. The origional offer was on par with the value of my knowledge and experience. I have been in the buisness for fifteen years now and am at the point of running the shop where I work now. I design the parts, assemblies, and make detailed blueprints of them using solidworks. I program all of the CNC machines in the building and set up the process sheets and system information. I also solve a majority of the day to day problems in the manufacturing department. The next day I recieved a second offer that was 11,000 less becouse they realized that I never finnished college. They still want me to take the same job, same responsibilities, and at the same time have no question of my ability to handle the position. Why should I accept less from a potential employer becouse I don't have a flashy piece of parchment with some fancy caligriphy etched on its surface. Besides college is suposed to prepare you for what I already do.
What is the average salary per month for a CAM (computer aided manufacturing) engineer around the world?
I got my employment authorization card December 2012 through DACA. I graduated the same month and just got a job in a manufacturing/engineering company. For a year or so I'll be working locally but after a year I will have to leave the country on business trips ocationaly. Can my employer or I do something to allow my re entry to the states? What's this "sponsorship" I hear about?
I have a 2-year degree as a CNC Machinist, and have gotten sick of the dull 6-6 workday in the factory, so i'm currently going to college again to get a 4-year degree as a Manufacturing Engineer. With financial trouble in getting my college paid for, i'm wondering if i started signing up to go into the army as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal tech, if i would have to take a semester off to do my basic training now, and then finish college before being deployed, or just how that would work. Would they do boot camp over the summer maybe? I have many years of experience with explosives thanks to my participation in the Pyrotechnics Guild International, so i've had plenty of hands-on experience under licensed individuals. I'm fit and healthy, so do you think the Army would be interested in somebody like me to do that job right off the bat or would i have to work my way up to it over several years?
The main Q is can i sign up now, get the help, and keep going to college, and then start?
Like i wanted to be a engineer when i was young and really wanted to pursue it. But i dont want to be sitting down and designing i rather prefer hands on work.
I went to school for manufacturing engineering. I took some computer courses, but I don't work with computers a lot. I love working with computers and I hate my job. I never want top work in a factory again. What courses should I take in school to be a systems analyst?
I have just graduated one year ago. i study manufacturing engineering. Now, i am working as Quality Engineer. So, my boss said me not work professional. I am bored now. Would you please advice me?
I was looking into different types of engineering degrees and I am not sure which one would be right for me. I really want to design things like robots or uavs for the army. I would also be interested in a more design aspect than the building. I really love google sketch and other graphical programs. I also noticed that almost most mechanical engineering jobs seem to be about manufacturing screws or ball bearing which doesn't look like fun at all to me. Would electrical engineering be better for this?
So I left high school with no ambition and no idea what I wanted to do for the rest of my life, I went to college and studied manufacturing engineering purely as a time waster and because my friends were on the course. I completed college with a double grade merit merit in manufacturing engineering and did absolutely nothing for about six months, that's when I decided it was time to start something so I applied to study mechanical engineering at university (I didn't even really want to I just decided to continue what I had already started studying) and I got a job for some experience and a bit of cash before I started uni.
Now I find myself in the last semester of my first year on a course that I am not enjoying and find too difficult.
I don't know what to do, if I drop out now I'm going to be in the same place I was when I left college and I have no idea where to take this next, no idea what I want to do, but if I stay I'm only going to spend more money that I don't have on a course that I don't like.
I'm only 19 years old I know that I am still young enough to turn it around, but how do I start?
I'm just looking for some advice, what do you think I should do?, what did you do in my situation?, how do I figure out what I want to do?
I am currently studying a HNC in manufacturing engineering and was wondering if I would be able to move to America at the end of the course or after the HND. My research found that America would let people migrate to there country if the person could do a Job an American couldn't. But I have always thought you can do anything that you put your mind to