Early Careers

  • Time management is a skill that may or may not come naturally to you. The better you manage your time, the more control you have over your work and productivity. We can all spend a bit more time planning and thinking about the future, so why not start now?
  • Building a good network of supportive people isn’t only good for your career, but for your general wellbeing. Do you not dedicate time to growing your network? Keep reading to find out why you should start!
  • Job seekers have had to adapt to a new normal of job searching and interviewing completely online or virtually. Some of these job seeking elements are here to stay. This guide will help you understand what you can be doing to make your virtual job search a success!
  • Most jobs will come with a probation period when you begin your new role, giving you time to learn and figure out if it’s right for you. So, how can you pass your probation with no hassle? Keep reading to find out!
  • Work, although you may enjoy it, takes up a lot of our time. So, you should probably spend your time enjoying it, rather than dreading it! We have some tips and ideas you can use to make sure you are enjoying your work and feeling more fulfilled and happier at the end of your workday.
  • A lot of things about our working lives have changed over the last year or so, some for the better and some things we cannot wait to return to normality. If you want to keep your flexible working arrangements the same, now might be the time to talk to your employer. Keep reading for some advice o...
  • This guide includes important information about your job search and links to all the suitable articles on E&TJ, all in one place and easy to find! Click below to keep reading!
  • Good communication skills come handy in pretty much every job you can think of. If you’re someone who is looking to improve this skill, we have some tips and advice in this article for you.
  • A personal development plan can help you think about what you want and outline the steps you need to take in order to achieve your goals. Not everyone may feel like they need one, but it can definitely help you become the engineer you want to be. Keep reading to find out more!
  • Most of us look forward to the summertime, warmer and longer days, giving us the opportunity to get out and do the things we love. You don’t need to let work get in the way. Whether you are working or job seeking, here are some things you can do to make the most of summer and still be productive!
  • International Women in Engineering Day takes place on the 23rd of June and is a day to celebrate the achievements of female engineers! Keep reading to find out how you can get involved!
  • Solely funded by their partnered sponsors, with a clear goal to educate and innovate; nucleargraduates is a graduate scheme like no other.
  • When leaving a job, you want to be able to make the most of your time left and ensure that you aren’t cutting ties for future opportunities. You never know, you could find yourself looking back into this company in a few years’ time, don’t ruin it for yourself.
  • Is having a job that pays really well but offers not much else really the key to long term overall happiness?
  • After the long job seeking process, you’re probably very excited to be starting a new job, so the only thing on your mind is signing that contract! So, take the time to read, learn and think about all of the things we have mentioned in this article, things that are often overlooked.
  • Your personal statement should be one of the first things employers read on your CV. This may seem like a lot of pressure, but we have some tips on how you can get a great personal statement ready for your first CV.
  • Working as an engineer on the front line of protecting our nation’s security is intrinsically rewarding. L3Harris is a newly formed global defence company working to defend the UK. Keep reading to find out more about their engineers and how you can get involved and start making a difference.
  • Do you suffer from anxiety? There are some things you can be doing before a job interview to try and ease the effects of anxiety. It’s important to say that we are not experts in this field, I am simply talking from experience and what has helped me and people I know with this issue in the past.
  • E&TJ is a job board dedicated to you, the job seeking engineer. We have now written and shared 200 articles with our readers, hoping they will help you reach your goals! Read about our top content, how it can help you and an opportunity to share any ideas you may have with us!
  • One of the biggest hurdles’ graduates and new job-seekers can have, is standing out from the crowd with little or no job experience. To stand out from the rest, you should be taking risks. We have some advice on what you can be doing to push yourself a little further to get the job you want.