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How to Answer: “How Much Do You Want?”

Ask for too much and you might not get an offer; ask for too little and you could be kicking yourself for years. Under-negotiating your salary today has an impact on your lifetime earnings, because all future raises will be based on a lower starting point. read more...


Graduating Female Engineer Looks to a Future in the Racecar Field

Over the last four years while earning a degree in mechanical engineering at Cooper Union in New York City, 21-year-old Amy Chambers has nurtured a passion for fast cars and high-performing engines. read more...


Overcoming the Challenges of Effective Communication

R&D that blurs disciplinary boundaries often yields revolutionary discoveries and products, yet there is little established advice for early career engineers pursuing these highly ambitious interdisciplinary projects. watch video...


Alternatives to Self-Promotion

One of the hardest parts about looking for a new job is the need to promote yourself - especially since people often feel they have to brag, when in most other social encounters we're taught not to brag. read more...



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