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  • Leveraging LinkedIn for engineerings

    • 18 Sep 2023

    In today's competitive job market, engineers need every advantage they can get to access work opportunities and advance their careers. LinkedIn has emerged as a powerful tool for professionals across various industries, and engineers are no exception.

  • In-Demand Technical Skills and Certifications for Engineers

    • 15 Sep 2023

    The engineering landscape is constantly evolving, driven by technological advancements and the ever-increasing demand for innovation.

  • The best tips for networking effectively as an engineer

    • 11 Sep 2023

    In the dynamic world of engineering, success often hinges not only on technical expertise but also on the ability to build and leverage a robust professional network. Networking opens doors to opportunities, knowledge exchange, and collaboration. Whether you're a seasoned engineer or just starting your career, mastering the art of networking is essential.

  • How to ensure you catch every relevant job opening in the Engineering sector

    • 11 Sep 2023

    Whether you’re a recent graduate eager to kickstart your career or an experienced engineer seeking a new challenge, finding the right job opening can be a daunting task.

  • How to overcome bias as a woman in engineering

    • 5 Sep 2023

    The world of engineering, despite its progressive strides, remains a predominantly male-dominated field. According to a 2022 survey by EngineeringUK, women make up 16.5 per cent of all engineers globally, an improvement from the 10.5 per cent reported in 2010. But, although 94 per cent of UK girls at school-leaving age (16–19) in 2019 said engineering is suitable for boys and girls, the country still ranks the lowest in Europe when it comes to female representation in the engineering industry.

  • The most demanded programming languages for aspiring engineers

    • 4 Sep 2023

    Programming languages have become the backbone of innovation across industries. For those aspiring to enter the engineering sector, mastering the right programming language can open doors to lucrative careers.

  • Mastering the art of reading between the lines in a job interview

    • 30 Aug 2023

    Job interviews are a crucial aspect of any engineer’s career journey. Beyond the surface questions and formalities lies a hidden layer of communication - one that can provide valuable insights into the company culture, the team dynamics, and your potential role.

  • Understanding the positive impacts of flexible working

    • 21 Aug 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    The more traditional 9-5 working days are now a thing of the past for many people. How can flexible working help you?

  • Finding the correct work-life balance for you

    • 16 Aug 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    When you enjoy your job, it can be very difficult to separate your work life from your home life. Keep reading to find out how you can find the right balance for you.

  • Why should you consider a career in renewable engineering?

    • 11 Aug 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    The importance of recycling, reducing our plastic usage and renewable energy is still just as important today as it was when it first made major headlines. So where do your skills come in?

  • Could temp roles be the right career move for you?

    • 7 Aug 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Temporary jobs are becoming more and more popular for job-seekers. Whether it is good for your career or not, that's up to you. Where short-term employment is not for everyone, you may find the jobs you get can have a great affects on your career.

  • Make your engineering CV the best it can be

    • 2 Aug 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Engineers have a mixture of professional, essential and transferable skills. Putting these skills across in a CV can be difficult.

  • How to have a positive impact in the first 30 days of a new role

    • 28 Jul 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    The first 30 days in a new job can be nerve-racking. As a new employee, you can be introduced to a lot of new information and people in a very short amount of time. Despite the rush, it is important to appreciate this time, so here are a few tips to ensure you are enjoying this period and making the most of it!

  • 5 important things employers notice about your CV

    • 24 Jul 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Recruiters have to read dozens of CV's at a time. It's a tedious job, so it's only natural that most of them skim CV's for important details. But what do they look for?

  • How to answer the ‘Tell me how you handled a difficult situation’ interview question?

    • 14 Jul 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    This article is all about how you answer the ‘Tell me how you handled a difficult situation’ interview question and why you should be preparing in advance.

  • How to write an infographic CV

    • 12 Jul 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Your CV is the first thing an employer will see and read about you, so you want to make it as engaging and relatable as possible. This article will talk you through what an infographic CV is and why you should consider one.

  • How to write a CV for the sustainability sector

    • 7 Jul 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Writing a CV could be seen as an art. Which is why you need to be making sure your CVs are tailored for the sector you want to work in and we’re going to tell you how.

  • How to take the next step in your career

    • 3 Jul 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Have you reached a point in your career where you're unsure on what to do next? This article is going to talk about what you can do to plan the next step in your career and how to go about it.

  • June Career Advice Round-Up

    • 28 Jun 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    E&T Jobs is dedicated to keeping you in the loop with all the best job seeking advice. In this article we have a round-up of all the best tips from this month.

  • Career advice for recent graduates

    • 23 Jun 2023
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Have you come to the end of your degree and are preparing to leave university? Here are a few tips we’d give to students when finishing their degree and heading into work.