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Architecture and Engineering Occupations - Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations
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Jane Sep 16, 2020 1357 views

What are some of the most meaningful non-healthcare STEM careers?

#stem #women-in-stem #women-in-tech #careers #mathematics #stemcareers #science #engineering #technology #impact

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Ja'qwon Sep 04, 2020 425 views

What should your grades look like in high school

#high-school-students #high-school-classes

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Denis Aug 14, 2020 1038 views

Job search tips for recent Mechanical Engineering graduate with limited experience.

#job-search #engineering I've graduated in Mechanical Engineering from University of Washington with great academic standing last summer and passed FE exam last fall. Unfortunately I wasn't able to secure an internship after my junior year and due to this I have very little experience which I...

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Kryston Aug 24, 2020 981 views

What are some good skills for learning ?

#history #engineering #mathematics #biology
#business #computer-science

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Ted Jul 23, 2020 662 views

I'm thinking I want to study something more technical at university next fall. How do I narrow it down?

I am undecided, so whenever I start describing what I want, it usually seems to me like "engineering", which I know is a broad topic. How do I pick a more specific subsection of engineering or even know if that's right for me? Can somebody explain what jobs you do with any sort of engineering...

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Grace Jul 29, 2020 735 views

What type of Engineering makes the most money?

I am a rising senior and I want to go into engineering and I am a machinist at my school for my shop. #money #career-paths #engineering #JULY

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Jishnav Aug 10, 2020 1496 views

as someone interested in entering the biotech industry. Would it be smarter to get a general engineering degree or a biomedical engineering degree?

From what I understand Biomedical engineering degrees can become very limiting, especially when there are fewer jobs available in the biomedical industry and landscape. So, would it be smarter to start of a little more broad with a traditional engineering degree (i.e. mechanical, electrical,...

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Daniela Aug 24, 2020 899 views

Are AP classes really worth taking?

#medicine #medical #doctor #doctors #high-school #sat #advice #medical-field