Development engineers are problem-solvers. They work out why something does not work and make it work again.
Women in engineering are still the exception rather than the rule. Read here why it is worthwhile to work as an engineer, how it can succeed and what salary is waiting for female engineers.
The training of engineers at German universities enjoys high regard internationally. In comparison with engineering training in China, it is far more hands-on. Do the differences in the degree systems also lead to better qualified or less well-qualified engineers?
Academics spoke to the VCI´s director for science Gerd Romanowski, technical and environmental affairs about different types of employment and career opportunities in the chemical industry.
It comes as no surprise: Engineers in Germany have good salaries. But what exactly does that mean, and what are the main factors which influence an engineer's salary? academics.com reports on the current findings and facts.
Whether at a research institution or a company: scientific consultants and scientific managers are needed everywhere that scientific research is conducted.
Becoming an professor is not always that easy, but what about a junior professorship? Read here in which subjects a junior professorship has become an alternative to habilitation.
Switzerland has some of the most sought-after universities in the world. This makes the country a highly attractive place to come for postdoctoral studies. It is also comparatively well paid. This article explores the area of postdoc in Switzerland.
Austria is an attractive country for visiting students or researchers to work, but their rules surrounding residency and permission to work can appear complex and bureaucratic. This article provides information about how you can meet these requirements.