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Engineering Outlook

Engineering Outlook Engineering Your Career The job market is tough, but the employment outlook for students and new graduates going into engineering is still strong. With the baby boomers ready to head into retirement, there are an increasing number of job opportunities for engineers in all fields 206,300 Canadian workers were registered as members of Engineers Canada in 2008. Reports esitmate that this number has since grown. As senior engineers begin to retire, the number of jobs that will be open for new hires each year will be approximately: 4004 Girl Power! Though engineering is notorious for being a bit of a boy's club, times are a'changing. According to Statistics Canada, the Right now, approximately 1 in 5 engineering students is female. job prospects for engineers* in the coming years are: GOOD "Clem caleiglieers lave "tair Job pros pects Average Annual alaries All occupations $45,157 Mechanical Engineers $71,122 Civil Engineers $75,488 Chemical Mining Engineers $92,479 Engineers $72,700 Annual Growth Rate (2010-2014) Mining Engineers Civil Engineers Mechanical 2.5% Engineers All Occupations Chemical 1.6% Engineers 1.3% 0.9% 0.6% is Canada's leading job board and online career resource for college and university students and recent graduates. TalentEgg For more information about getting a job in engineering and hatching a career in engineering, visit TalentEgg's Engineering Career Guide at hatching graduate careers Sources: %20for%20Women%20in%20Engineering.pdf? resourcelD=240&modID3D1256657727000

Engineering Outlook

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Infographic: A Promising Future in Engineering. A look at hiring trends and average salaries for new grad engineers in Canada.



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