Impacts of COVID-19 Seen in 17th Survey of Unemployed Members
IEEE-USA's survey of unemployed U.S. IEEE members reveals that the COVID-19 pandemic did have a significant impact on the engineering field.
- Career Skills
How to Demonstrate an Executive Presence in a Virtual Meeting
When it comes to developing an executive presence, how are you supposed to get a pulse of the room when you are staring at a screen?
- Career Skills
How to Manage Work Culture Chaos
During this pandemic, if we want to maintain productive and healthy work environments with engaged workers, we need to manage work culture chaos.
Why We Need to Shift How We View Technology
With tech being used in so many new and effective ways, how will you use it to support the growth and innovation of your business?
Diversity is More than Skin Deep
Diversity is more than skin deep. It is what is inside a person that makes them unique, as well as reflecting their background and culture.
Three Things You Need to Know Before You Hire a Coach
A good coach can help us understand how we engage with the world around us and how our techniques are helpful and how, at other times, they can be a hindrance.
Why You Need to Practice the Three Commandments of Instagramming
Some valuable insights for people who want to boost their Instagram presence, and build their brand using social media of any type.
- Government Fellowships
Reflecting on One Exceptional, Partly Virtual Year on Capitol Hill
2019-2020 IEEE-USA Congressional Fellow Sarah Rovito reflects on her "exceptional" year on Capitol Hill, which witnessed a series of unprecedented events.
Discovering a World of Opportunities in 2020
Let’s take a look at the world of opportunities that have stemmed from the global pandemic and its impact on work as we know it.
Visions of the “New Normal”
A vision of the future post COVID-19 and associated uncertainties related to employment, careers, education, healthcare and more.