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    Understanding your future engineers: Generation Z

    Generation Z will represent 36% of the workforce by 2020 - that’s less than four months away. If you’re not preparing your business, workforce, and recruitment campaigns ready for this new generation’s first day, you could be missing out some of the industry’s finest and most promising talent. This week, we’re looking at your future engineers and how to prepare your business for Generation Z.

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    Job vacancy highlight: Embedded software, firmware and electronic design engineers

    Now and then we have a surge of job vacancies in a particular field and this time, we have three. Topping this month’s engineering vacancy popularity contest, we have: embedded software engineers, firmware engineers and electronic design engineers.

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    5 trends impacting defence and aerospace

    The global defence and aerospace industries are undergoing significant change and disruption, impacting both your business and your career. This month, we’re looking at the top five trends affecting these sectors and what this means for your future.

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    Personal branding and your job search

    Personal branding - we’re not talking about the trainers you wear or the handbag you carry; we’re talking about the brand you’re presenting to potential employers. Whether you’re actively looking for your next engineering vacancy or open to passive opportunities, your personal brand is crucial to your career - and we’re about to discover yours.

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    Q2 2019: RTRS industry news round-up

    Can you believe we’re already halfway through the year?! And while the weather might have been holding back our plans of lazy summer BBQs, beach trips and paddling pools, it’s certainly not holding back the engineering industry’s news, updates and celebrations. Let’s take a look.

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    How to be employable when you’re not looking

    You’re not actively looking for a new engineering job - the perks, people and work make you quite happy where you are. Nevertheless, if the right opportunity came along, you wouldn’t say no. Passive candidate recruitment is commonplace in the engineering industry - where the skills gap is making it increasingly difficult for companies to find active candidates with the right skills. But how do you take advantage of this opportunity and make yourself employable, when you’re not even looking? You’re about to find out.

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    Soft skill focus: project management skills

    There are many blogs out there (our own included) about the increasing requirement of soft skills for engineering jobs and vacancies - but what these blogs don’t do, is delve into the specific requirements of those skills and what you can do now to improve them.

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    How to truly remove unconscious bias from the recruitment process

    Bias in the engineering sector is a problem. It’s strong, it’s causing a lack of diversity, and it’s affecting the overall performance of the industry. It’s not that companies set out to be biased, but, rather, that unconscious prejudices are seeping into recruitment processes and nothing is being done about it.

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    Conducting your first engineering interview

    Whether you’re new to HR, a first-time people manager or you’ve just never had the budget to increase your engineering team - conducting your first engineering interview can be just as nerve-wracking as being interviewed for it. With only one hour to gauge a candidate’s skills, expertise, team-fit and likelihood to perform, knowing how to conduct your first interview is vital, and we’ve got the best tips for you.

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