The job scenario for engineers is looking robust. – Andrew Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer of EngineeringCrossing
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) June 23, 2013
San Diego is already becoming a hot spot for engineering jobs. Albama will soon follow if Aerojet-Rocketdyne is awarded the chance to build the first new American rocket engine in 35 years. The project will create about 5,000 engineering jobs in Tennessee Valley. And that’s not all, Burnsall Engineering has also announced plans to create more engineering jobs in Coventry after securing crucial European funding. EngineeringCrossing alone Reports 137,432 active opportunities in the U.S. with engineering jobs gaining impetus in the country.
Andrew Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer of EngineeringCrossing, agrees that engineering jobs are on the rise and jobseekers will get the added advantage. He says, “We would not say there is a massive transformation but the job scenario for engineers is looking robust. With much noise about the U.S. layoffs in the past two months, this news is a real refresher."
Twelve top U.S. companies have brought jobs back home and this too is creating more engineering jobs in the country. The market was already picking up for manufacturing engineers. Now, EmploymentCrossing is also observing a surge in jobs posted for pipeline engineers on its website.
David Sheehan, Chairman of Sheehan Pipe Line Construction Co., says that the market for pipeline work is good. “It's not great like it was in the 2008-10 period, when the industry was building a lot of long-distance, large-diameter pipelines. But it's good,” he affirms giving an indication that it will stay this way for the foreseeable future. Specialty contractor Shaumbaugh & Son LP that had also announced plans to expand its headquarters in Fort Wayne and bring 110 jobs to the city by 2016 will start recruiting new staff in the coming months. They are planning to build upon their staff of process and refrigeration engineers, pipefitters and metal trades associates and mechanical engineers.
Overall, most companies are seeing a great assurance in the engineering skills present in the U.S. A visit to the EngineeringCrossing website will reveal more. Browse additional openings in engineering jobs at: http://www.engineeringcrossing.com/browse-jobs/jobs.html.
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