Nanotechnology Opens New Avenues for Engineering Career Seekers

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New site, includes nanotechnology resources for those interested in engineering as a career.

IPEI launches, an in-depth engineering career site that explores new careers in nanotechnology for engineers.

The site includes profiles of engineering as a career including articles, news, and engineering resources. In addition to aiding new engineer career seekers, the site also offers information on gaining an engineering license for professionals.

The field of engineering is a broad one, with specialties in over 25 recognized areas. New fields such as nanotechnology continue to open further career avenues for engineers. According to the National Science Foundation, the U.S. alone will need up to 2 million nanotechnology researchers by 2015.

Like many career fields, landing the first job in engineering is usually the most difficult. But for individuals possessing desirable specialties, the statistics are often as high as 90% placement after graduation. The U.S. Department of Labor maintains that the field of engineering is growing at steady (average) rate compared to occupations across the board. uncovers further details concerning a career in engineering. The addition of new content is planned for future updates of the site.

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