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Dream Job or Career Hell: Top 200 Job Ratings 2010

Now that the New Jersey Collegiate Career Day has come and gone, with opportunities in all manner of fields (although fewer presented for engineering that one would have hoped), it would be interesting to look at how people rank various positions. Have the once highly sought after careers retained their crown, or is the public opinion changing? A recent survey published by CareerCast.net aims to shed some light on the matter.
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The Engineering Code of Ethics

Ethics play a major role in every engineer’s life. Being an application driven discipline, one in which people will deal directly with the end products and processes, following such a code is essential for safety and success. While obtaining a professional engineering license is a symbol of commitment to these ethics, and indeed to the highest standard in all aspects of engineering, it does not mean that the unlicensed are free to do as they wish. In fact, each particular field has their own established code that all must follow, from the recent grad to the senior member.
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