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  Job Seeker Tips for an Effective Search
Career Fitness: Nano-Networking is Notworking
The Undercover Job Seeker
Bring Your Talent to Interviews
Brand Yourself as a Person of Talent, Not a Job Seeker
The Next Step Resume
  Salary Survey
Are you getting paid what you’re worth? Find out using the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.
  Career Paths in Civil Engineering
Create a strategy for your own personal career development and start planning your path now.
  Engineering Your Future, Third Edition:
The Non-Technical Side of Professional Practice in Engineering and Other Technical Fields
Stuart G. Walesh
  Personal Success Strategies: Developing Your Potential
From the author of Collective Excellence and Continuous Excellence comes the most practical workbook for the individual seeking personal effectiveness and professional satisfaction
Mel Hensey
  Managing and Leading: 52 Lessons Learned for Engineers
This publication offers useful ideas on ways in which engineers can more effectively approach the non-technical or "soft-side" aspects of working with colleagues, clients, customers, the public, and other stakeholders.
Stuart G. Walesh
  Get Active in your Local Branch/Section
Network with professionals in your own city, share your knowledge and much more.




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