From manufacturing to construction, electronics to power, transportation to mining, the field of engineering touches on nearly all sectors of our economy. Officially, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates 1.35 million people working in architectural and engineering services as of 2013.

Engineering students can choose between a huge number of specialties and industries.

Learn about potential careers in engineering, and the skills and training that you need to succeed in this area.

How to become a product manager

Updated on 15 October 2017
  In recent years, product management has become an important role, particularly in the software and services industry. Product Managers...
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How to Become a Cyber Security Expert

Updated on 1 February 2017
As the world becomes more interconnected and as the Internet plays an increasingly central role in our lives, internet security...
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How to Become an Operating Engineer

Updated on 14 August 2014
Construction is a complex field and highly trained workers are required for the safe and effective use of a variety...
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How to Become an Industrial Engineer

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As the population expands and the need for cost-effective, efficient manufacturing processes increases, industrial engineers will continue to be a...
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How to Become an Industrial Engineering Technician

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Industrial engineering is an engineering field that deals with the development, enhancement, implementation, and assessment of integrated systems of information,...
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How to Become an Engineering Manager

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Engineering management is an important field that applies the principles of engineering to a variety of operations in many industries....
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