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23rd Annual Reader Survey 
Woman Engineer magazine readers from private-sector companies and government agencies, as well as colleges and universities, throughout the country received in the mail this year’s survey. Of the respondents, this year 13.3% were students, compared with 7.4% last year. read more 

 

St. Jude Medical: Varied Opportunities Within An Evolving Environment
“One of the things that I like most about St. Jude Medical is the opportunity to work in multiple areas of engineering and with different medical devices.  read more

 

 

Americans Still Prefer A Male Boss 
In 1953, when Gallup first posed the question to members of the U.S. workforce ‘If you were taking a new job and had a choice of a male or female boss, which would you prefer?” 66 percent replied they would prefer a male boss. Just five percent answered they would prefer working for a woman. read more

 

Taking A Shine To The Utilities/Energy Sector  
Elaine Chasse says she always had an interest in road and bridge construction, so, when it was time for her to choose a major at Rutgers University, her parents suggested she look into civil engineering. read more


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