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Standing Out From the Crowd & Differentiate Your Application


Recruiters today receive hundreds of applications for each job posting, and your resume ends up as one of the many papers in a large stack. Making your job application stand out in a crowded job market will catch the eye of the hiring manager and make sure you get through the front door for an… Read more »

Why Should You Become an Industrial Engineer?


Industrial engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the optimization of complex processed and systems.  Industrial engineering focuses on the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, money, information, equipment, energy and materials, as well as the mathematical, physical, and social sciences.  The main goal of industrial engineers is to… Read more »

Supply Chain Trends in Camden, NJ


It’s no surprise with the state of the economy that change is the only constant when it comes to the nature of supply chains.  Unlike industries that level off once they’ve proven to be effective, supply chain stakeholders are constantly chasing the next groundbreaking efficiency.  Here a three key trends to watch out for in… Read more »

OSHA Overview: A Brief on Asbestos


Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that once was lauded for its versatility, recognized for its heat resistance.  It was woven into fabric and mixed with cement.  However, asbestos is highly toxic and a known cause of mesothelioma cancer.  Its use has been banned in more than 50 countries (not including the U.S.) and has… Read more »

3 Reasons to Consider a Career Change


You’ve been working at the same organization doing the same job for years.  You’ve developed a routine and are integrated into the office culture.  The engineering career you once looked forward to getting up for seems more and more mundane.  If you’re anything like the millions of other working Americans, you’ll arrive at this point at… Read more »

A Look into Choosing Civil Engineering as a Career


Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment.  This includes projects like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings.  Civil engineers also design, supervise and maintain systems for water supply and sewage treatment. Many civil engineers hold supervisory or administrative positions ranging… Read more »

Minimizing the Risk of Supply Chain Disruption


As an executive to your organization, you know that supply chain performance has a direct impact on your bottom line.  From balancing supply and demand, to managing inventory availability to managing a distribution network, even the slightest interruption can affect whether or not you have a profitable quarter.  Therefore, it’s crucial to manage the risks… Read more »

OSHA Overview: What are the Requirements on Workplace Hose Systems?


Under the Fire Protection subsection of the Occupational Safety and Healthy Administration’s regulations (1910.158), there are specific requirements regarding workplace fire hose systems.  The section applies to all small hose, Class II and Class III standpipe systems installed to meet the OSHA requirements.  As an employer, it’s important to ensure that standpipes are located or… Read more »

3 Tips to Find What You Want in Your Next Job


Whether you have been job searching for a while or are just beginning to consider a career change, it’s important to figure out what you really want in your next job.  Because until you know this, your job search will drag on forever as you apply to jobs you may or may not actually like. … Read more »

A Look into Chemical Engineering


Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, other sciences, and math to solve problems that involve the production and use of chemicals, fuel, drugs, food, and various other products in order to improve the quality of life. They design processes and equipment for large-scale safe and sustainable manufacturing, plan and test methods of manufacturing products,… Read more »

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