Create a profile and match your skills against the needs of
interested employers with the
IEEE Job Site
Employment & Career Strategies Online
With many IEEE members participating in the
community you can
seek advice from others on employment and career strategies. You
may also find job postings on this site as well. Feel free to ask
your questions, network and seek assistance from any of the IEEE
members who participate in this very active community.
If unemployed through involuntary termination and actively seeking
employment, or if your income has fallen below certain levels, you
can request a 50% reduction in your IEEE and society dues/assessments
(including publications). Contact IEEE Member Services at
1-800-678-IEEE for details.
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2010 IEEE-USA EMPLOYMENT SURVEY
This report on the
2010 IEEE-USA Unemployed Members Survey provides a comprehensive
portrait of IEEE's unemployed U.S. membership and offers insights
into the causes -- and remedies -- for loss of employment among
Can you put your skills to work as a self-employed consultant or
Explore these alternative career paths and network with fellow
professionals through IEEE-USA's
of Consultants Networks and the
IEEE-USA's eBOOKS & WEBINARS
Choose from a variety of career and employment IEEE-USA's
eBooks and currently archived
eBooks and Webinars are continually being published and produced to
assist members with their careers and employment strategies.
VOICE IN WASHINGTON
Make sure your U.S. government is doing all that it can to help you and other
unemployed engineers? Speak out, and send a message to
your representatives in Congress through IEEE-USA's
LOCAL IEEE SECTION & PACE NETWORK PRESENTATIONS
To assist unemployed or at-risk members, IEEE-USA has developed
six sets of Power Point Slides with Speaker's notes to help local
sections and PACE Chairs conduct meetings focusing on:
These slides were prepared
by the IEEE-USA Employment & Career Services Committee in an
effort to assist members in improving their resume and cover letter
writing skills. The slides also were designed to better prepare your
members for what they might expect while interviewing. These
presentations explore: What REALLY matters, appearance, behavior,
topics to avoid, questions to ask, salary negotiations and what to
do after the interview. We hope these slides will help you to help
your local section members in their job search and interviewing
skills. We would like your feedback! Please contact Scott D. Grayson
questions or comments.
CAREER TRANSITIONS — QUICK RESPONSE TEAM
Are you just one
of a number of IEEE members affected by a downsizing or lay-off at
your company? If so, then IEEE-USA may be able to provide advice and
assistance on next steps through an on-site workshop delivered by
one of our Quick Response Teams. Contact
IEEE-USA for details.
your job search you will want to evaluate your worth in the marketplace.
Service. The Salary Service will
provide you with a complete range of full-time income from primary
sources being paid to U.S. IEEE
members - electrical, electronics or computer
engineers and scientists - in specified employment situations.
If you are planning to become a consultant you may be interested in
Fee Survey Report results.