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- Have you applied for 100s of jobs, but having trouble landing an engineering job that you love or even finding one to bring you in for an interview? Are you stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of filling out job applications and getting rejected?
- How do you present yourself when interviewing? Do get nervous in front of others? Do you have the social & communication skills it takes to be a successful engineer?
- Do you need a graduate degree? Do you know what licenses/certifications are important and how to pass those exams?
- Are you at a loss of HOW to network to make those connections? I focus a lot on actionable tips you can begin to add to your efforts immediately.
- Some bosses/co-workers are jerks and knowing how to deal with them (and when to run) is important
- Are internships really that important? What do you do when you don’t have any on your resume?
I generally send out three issues each month sent around the 10th, 20th, and 30th of each month. The first one one is usually networking related as that is the topic where most of the younger engineers I deal with can use the most help to land internships or full-time engineering jobs upon graduation. The second issue is a wild card and is based on an email question from one of my readers. Recent topics have included how to job search with a low GPA, how to find a decent mentor, and whether vacation/PTO policies really matter when job searching. The final issue of the month includes various article, video, LinkedIn post, podcast episodes or appearances, and book recommendations that I have found interesting and believe are beneficial to my readers.
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- My 10 Networking Tips for Introverted Engineers. Networking can be really tough for an introvert, but limiting your networking can affect your career mobility. Here are 10 tips that have worked for other introverted engineers that I have worked with over the years that you can try and implement in your networking efforts.
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