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Advancements in Robotics: Exciting Advancements in Engineering

Software engineers and architects are in demand, partly due to the growing popularity of robotics technology. From car factories to distribution warehouses, deployment of robotic applications is expected to increase across multiple industries in the foreseeable future. Designing and programming robots is essential to help a variety of industries. Their implementation helps people complete repetitive… Read More »

Construction Drivers: E-commerce Stimulates Warehouse Development

There are a number of trends driving commercial construction in 2019. E-commerce is one of the movements that continues to significantly impact our industry as it grows in popularity. In addition to the convenience it provides, online shopping has also triggered a variety of new and exciting construction careers to meet the growing demand for… Read More »

From AI to the Cloud: Top Technology Trends in Accounting and Finance

Like many industries right now, technology is transforming accounting and finance. The industry is becoming more automated and services are being streamlined. Overall, the goal of the technological evolution is to improve the customer experience. There are numerous developments going on in the industry right now, but the following are some of the biggest technology… Read More »

Top Skills to Have in IT for Job Seekers

Are you interested in a career in IT? A job in IT comes with many benefits. You’ll get to work in a diverse industry with many opportunities for career growth, and you’ll have a stable income. It’s also a fast-changing field that is rarely boring. Yet, as a job seeker, you might run into trouble… Read More »

Software Development Trends

Now that we are halfway through 2019, we can clearly see the software development trends that are dominating the year. These trends will greatly affect businesses and engineering companies. Software development is one of industries that is constantly in flux, so as a company you need to be able to predict and adapt to the… Read More »

What Are You Doing to Retain Construction Talent in the Current Labor Shortage?

Construction companies are seeing the benefits of a thriving economy. The U.S. has experienced ten years of growth in construction. Yet, major construction firms are going to see their growth start to slow if they can’t adjust to the current labor shortage. If your company doesn’t have a strong strategy to retain construction talent, you… Read More »

Diversity in Finance and Accounting

The employment market for the financial services industry is becoming increasingly competitive. To attract and retain the best talent, you need to appeal to a diverse range of candidates. Many companies talk about being diverse, but most fail to live up to their words. You need equal opportunities for gender, ethnicity, generation, and disability so… Read More »

Gen Z in Tech: Why You Need to Adjust Your Hiring Strategy

There is much said about millennials in the workplace, but companies also need to start thinking about Generation Z—those born after 1996. This is especially true in the tech field where many young professionals have gravitated including IT, programming, and engineering. By 2020, there will be over 15 million job seekers and employees who belong… Read More »

Top 4 Mistakes Companies Make When Hiring Engineering Talent

It’s not uncommon for a bad hire to slip through the hiring process from time to time. Although there are plenty of red flags to look out for, sometimes they disguise themselves so well that they can become difficult to detect even for the most experienced of hiring managers. Just because a candidate lists an… Read More »

4 Embarrassing Interview Mistakes You Better Not Make

Selling yourself to a new construction firm can be a nerve-wracking experience. There are those times when you might believe that you aced an interview, except you really didn’t, and vice versa. Since there are so many different variables at play, sometimes it’s better to focus more on the things that you can control. It’s… Read More »