Often, we go about our day relatively unaware of the dust and microbes settling in our living and working spaces. However, this should never be the case for cleanrooms, which are highly sensitive workplaces for many electronics industry. Many manufacturing processes done in cleanrooms require strict environmental conditions to safeguard against contamination. And with careful cleanliness, scientists, engineers and cleanroom occupants can control its maintenance, energy cost, and productivity.
In a candidate-driven market, it can be tough to attract and retain great talent. Studies show that younger workers tend to change jobs in pursuit of better career development and learning opportunities. Since hiring managers have to contend with a serious skills gap and talent gap, it’s important to do whatever it takes to keep strong talent satisfied. That means employers need to stay proactive to avoid losing some of their best engineers to competitors who offer more opportunities.
Any engineering veteran could tell you that a fulfilling career in the industry requires much more than a degree. Beyond formal education, there are meaningful experiences that are crucial to an engineer’s professional development, such as:
But without the right resources and direction, it can be challenging to know how to build a successful and rewarding career. Fortunately, there’s a great option available to help engineers advance their careers: joining a professional engineering association.