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Articles by Isaac Mendelson, ElectroMagneticCareers.com

Career Corner

July 1, 2009
RF/Microwave Engineering Job Market, June 2009 According to EngineerSalary.com, RF engineers held over 51,000 jobs in 2008, making this one of the smallest segments of the engineering community. They expect that this number will increase 8.2% by the end of 2010, and stay a fast growing segment until 2014....
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Career Corner

June 1, 2009
Now: Shaping the Future of Microwave Engineering Jobs, Shaping the Future Economy The RF/microwave engineering community is relatively safe these days. Demand for skilled RF engineers far exceeds the supply and people's jobs are safe... for now. Looking at the big picture, it is inevitable to realize that the...
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Career Corner

The Sharp (and Painful) Relation between Market and Economy Trends to One’s Engineering Field of Expertise and Career Choices
February 1, 2009
A Real-life Story In this month’s column I have chosen to bring up a real-life story received from one of our readers (name withheld). In summary, it tells the story of an RF engineer who strayed to programming fields and has a hard time coming back. The Story Dear...
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Career Corner

January 15, 2009
RF Engineers: Looking Forward to 2009 Project Managers Should Be Planning Ahead Their 2009 Hiring Needs: According to a number of HR executives, typical search time for an RF engineer extends from three and up to six months in the tougher cases. Considering the diversity of related fields of...
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Career Corner

December 1, 2008
Times of Challenge Also Present Opportunities In contrast with the general slow-down in the economy, the demand for wireless connectivity has created a surge in the demand for experts in RF and wireless technologies. The trend for wireless interconnect has permeated every aspect of our daily lives, from mobile...
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Career Corner

November 17, 2008
Microwave Engineers: For the Sake of the Future Microwave Power Transmission: Space-based Solar Power Beams Become Next Energy Frontier The idea of using satellites to beam solar power down from space is nothing new—the Department of Energy first studied it in the 1970s, and NASA took another look in...
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Career Corner

October 15, 2008
Branding for RF Engineering Talent In times when the vacant positions compete on limited RF engineering resources, preparation can help. In here I present the term Branding in the Job Market context as the logical preparation to projected recruiting needs. The more recognized a company is among its technology...
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Career Corner

September 22, 2008
Short on RF Engineers? Consider H1B This column advocates for considering non-US professionals to fill in the steadily growing shortage of RF engineers. In addition to presenting the practical and fiscal advantages, this article also highlights the contribution of “imported” engineering talent to securing future domestic jobs. Unlike the...
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Career Corner

August 17, 2008
Our May Career Corner argued that education (RF and microwave engineering, in our case) is a key factor in the global competition for technology and jobs. Generating engineering graduates is the key to sustaining domestic technology jobs, as much as it is a bottleneck for expanding offshoring destinations. A...
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Career Corner

July 8, 2008
The June Career Column discussed the job market as a resource for companies’ marketing. This month we will demonstrate how to increase the return on job postings by handling them as act of sales and employing marketing communication disciplines. The idea that attracting talent is “selling” the position is...
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