Are You Ready For Some Bizarre Facts? When considering the engineering career and the dozens of disciplines in the field one would think that the career is a bit of a joke as well. Because believe it or not you will find engineers getting paid to play with skateboards in skate parks, and with women’s makeup, toy models and you will even find them 200 feet atop a cell tower.
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“For The Self-Taught Who Want to Use Tech to Change Their Career”
Have an idea for a product?We’ll have you ever found yourself watching late night TV when an infomercial comes on trying to sell you some new gizmo? And you shout aloud ‘That’s my idea, I had the idea to build that?’ Well, many of us have, but we didn’t act on it, we...
A lot of your success depends on having a strong enough why, I also share 5 best practices that you can follow that will determine your success, to include;
One of the first questions I asked myself before I started my training was, “How do beginners get PLC programmer jobs?” At the time, I was taking a course online. I don’t have a degree and I didn’t know anyone who could put in a good word for me, either.
Ok, if you’ve put so much time and money getting to the point where your ready to start interviewing and it’s so important to find and land the right job, then this is the article for you.
You want something different, and somewhere along the way you discovered the world of PLC programming. But you’re 40+, so can you successfully make the change and will you be able to get hired?
Want to Break-Into a Tech Career?
Are you considering programming or design or maybe even electronics? Were going to dig into of the various tech career paths someone could take and we’ll also share why we think the industrial automation path is the best choice for beginners to break-into.
Are you planning your first large $100k+ project? Ever wonder what a $100k+ project proposal looks like? Or maybe you don’t think you’ll ever be asked to write one. Well let me dispel that last one first, if you stay in the automation & robotics industry long enough I can guarantee that sooner or later (possibly in your first year) you will be asked to draft a large $100k+ proposal.
New to automation, have lots of questions?
That’s to be expected, it’s difficult when starting anything new. You have so many questions making it hard to know which way to turn and what to do that it can cause some serious worry and stress.