W.S. Tyler Seeks Technology Partnerships with Colleges and Universities

Photo-Optical System Arms Mining, Earth Sciences, Environmental Studies and Liberal Arts Majors with In-Demand Job Skill

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W.S. Tyler has just issued a call to colleges and universities with accredited programs in mining, earth sciences, environmental studies and related fields.

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) September 20, 2013

While jobs for earth sciences, mining and environmental studies majors are anticipated to outpace the competition in the upcoming years, students majoring in these subjects must not rest on their laurels when it comes to their employment future. One of the ways in which they can solidify their career prospects is by honing their data analysis skills before they graduate. W.S. Tyler is offering them and their schools a unique opportunity to do just that by putting the company’s state-of-the-art photo optical technology through the data analysis paces.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of environmental scientists will continue to grow in the upcoming years, achieving a total growth rate of 28% between 2008 and 2018, which is much more rapid than usual. The Occupational Outlook Handbook foresees similar growth in employment for geologists, a job field which is expected to grow as fast as the average compared to all other occupations for the 2008-2018 time frame at a rate of 12%. Both of these thriving occupation categories frequently employ earth science and environmental study majors.

One of the main factors behind these college majors having such outstanding career prospects is the exceptional ability their graduates possess to analyze data. Indeed, Business Insider recently declared data analysis as one of the Top 8 skills Liberal Arts majors need to get ahead. And that report concluded that jobs requiring a data analysis skill set would grow faster than the labor market overall.

Colleges and universities who want to arm their mining, earth sciences, environmental studies and even general liberal arts graduates with the best opportunities for post-classroom success would do well to consider a new partnership opportunity with W.S. Tyler Industrial Group. The leader in particle size and shape measurement, the company is currently seeking accredited programs in these majors for a cutting-edge opportunity to use its technology as a tool for quickly counting and sorting data.

“We are specifically looking to form partnerships with colleges and universities that offer accredited programs in mining, earth sciences, environmental studies and other related courses,” explains W.S. Tyler’s spokesperson, Bill Lucas. “We see this as an unparalleled chance for such institutions to become part of an exciting new opportunity that will give their students a leg up in the job market. Through such a partnership, they’ll be able to put our photo-optical system to use in the classroom in a way that addresses today’s ever-increasing analysis criteria within the traditional test sieving range.”

About W.S. Tyler
W.S. Tyler, a member of the HAVER & BOECKER Group, began producing woven wire cloth in Hohenlimburg, Germany in 1887. Today, the business is one of the world’s leading wire weaving companies with a global network of branches and manufacturing facilities. A combination of tradition and innovation allows W.S. Tyler to meet and exceed the high expectations of its customers. Collectively the large number of creative partnerships with internationally renowned partners, patents, and registered designs and trademarks provide firsthand proof of the extraordinary quality of W.S. Tyler’s products.


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