"Engineering is a very distinguished field to have a career in," says Steven Polydoris, Editor and Publisher.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) May 30, 2017
NEW ENGINEER magazine, a professional journal for engineering students, has released its premier issue, helping jump right into learning all about a career in engineering – one of the fastest growing industries.
With so many different fields in engineering it can be hard to choose which direction to go. Find out about some of the emerging industries in the article, “Hot New Fields in Engineering.” Engineering students can also find out which field is the right fit in, “Which Engineering Field is Right for You?” In this article we break down and review some of the most mainstream engineering specialties such as Biomedical Engineering, to Earth Resources Engineering, to Robotics Engineering.
“Engineering is a very distinguished field to have a career in,” says Steven Polydoris, Editor and Publisher, “not only are there so many different opportunities and directions to go but each specialty has major impact on everything we use in the world today.”
Find out more about the important trends in engineering today – specifically women engineer initiatives in “Women in Engineering.” Even before it was socially acceptable for women to work in such a field as engineering, many of the biggest contributions in engineering were made by women. The article notes that although women are pursuing careers in engineering, there is still a need for diversity in the field.
In “Engineering’s Impact on the World” the authors touch on six examples of how some areas of engineering have impacted society and the world in positive ways. You will also see The Top 20 Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century.
Jerome S. O’Connor writes the featured cover story in this issue, “Wanted: Bridge Engineers”. O’Connor, writing from the Institute of Bridge Engineers presents the need for more civil engineers. Civil engineers provide so much of what we use to get through our everyday lives, from transportation, safe structures, to clean water and sanitation. O’Connor notes, “how many bridges and drainage structures did you cross today? Most people do not even know; it’s taken for granted that we can get from here to there without getting our feet wet.” He continues by touching on the four challenges that exists from building bridges. There is a strong demand for civil engineers to continue to provide and maintain a wide variety of infrastructure systems that we have come to depend on, O’Connor focuses on one of the many perks of choosing a career in Bridge Engineering, “there is a lot of satisfaction knowing that you are a essential part of keeping other people safe.”