Three Things to Consider Before Your Next Job Change
Before you make a job change, learn all you can about yourself and your workplace to make an informed decision for your career pathway....
The Importance of Professional Engineer (P.E.) Licensure for Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineers
Engineering licensure opens many pathways for personal growth — not just locally, but globally. It is both a rewarding experience and a mark of distinction...
Christopher Sanderson: 2020 IEEE-USA John Meredith Professional Service Award Recipient
Christopher Sanderson is the 2020 recipient of the IEEE-USA John Meredith Professional Service Award, which recognizes outstanding IEEE-USA volunteer efforts...
Giving Presentations – It’s Not About You, It’s About Your Audience
When giving presentations, if you are audience-focused and exude an intensity about your topic, you have a great chance of achieving your intended goal.
Three Tips to Help Navigate Workplace Politics
If you view workplace politics as something better off ignored, you could be sabotaging your work and opportunities to be noticed.
Assessing Small Business Broadband Needs
A recently released GAO report questions whether current broadband services are fast enough to meet the evolving needs of small business owners.
Four Tips for Growing Beyond Our Geek Speak
Geek speak is no longer enough when it comes to growing in our careers. It takes more than just talking the talk to be a star candidate or top performer.
New IEEE-USA E-book Explores Maximizing Your Opportunities
People considering a career transition or change need to be aware of the many opportunities available and be prepared to explore them.
IEEE-USA Introduces Its First E-Comic Audiobook
Whether your warm-weather plans call for the beach or the backyard, IEEE-USA’s new e-comic audiobook can be the perfect complement to summertime pleasures.
Why You Should Rethink How Influenced You Are by Celebrities' Opinions
Celebrities are people, too. Just because they opened their mouth or tweeted an opinion does not mean that we all need to lose our ever-loving minds.
Former WISE Interns Reflect on Program Years Later
Four former WISE interns reflect on their career journeys and how their participation in the program impacted their lives.
Advice – Take it or Leave it?
All of us need to be empowered to make our own decisions and feel a sense of control over our own careers. When should we listen to other's advice?
Why You Should Step Out on a Limb to Try This Leadership Style
What happens when leaders continually open themselves up to the possibility of taking on the student role in their interactions?
Supporting the Government, Serving the Nation
Dr. Eric Burger recaps his time at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, working on broadband, cybersecurity, 5G and other issues.
Why These IT Professionals are Humble COVID-19 Cybersecurity Superheroes
These cybersecurity experts are among the IT superheroes working tirelessly behind the scenes to put the kibosh on cyber criminals during COVID-19.
Euro 2020's Unexpected Lesson on How to Lead in an Emergency
Teams rely on their leaders for support and guidance; this is exponentially true in an emergency, when they may be required to go beyond what's expected.
How to Land a Job in Product Management
If you are interested in pivoting into product management, here are a few ways to land your first product role and get started in this sought-after career.
How Gig Work Can Pave the Way for the Economy
Freelancers are reshaping the employment landscape. Could the “human cloud” of people who perform gig work actually be the epicenter of the future of work?
Top 10 U.S. Cities Expanding Tech Teams in 2021
Technology executives in these 10 major U.S. cities plan to add new positions at a higher rate than the national average.
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