Recently, some large companies have curtailed the ability of their employees to work from home, now asking staff to work in corporate offices.
The Canadian government recently announced that it will spend $73 million to create 10,000 work placement opportunities for students in STEM fields, the Toronto Star reported.
Cybersecurity software developer Fortinet announced that it will expand its intelligence and research and development operations in Burnaby, British Columbia.
United Technologies Corp. recently announced that it will acquire aerospace solutions company Rockwell Collins, Inc.
IT and engineering professionals have exciting new ways to apply their skills and knowledge through contract assignments in the healthcare industry.
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Tech Elevator, a Cleveland-based IT training firm, announced plans to bring new educational programs to all of Ohio’s largest cities, in an effort to promote tech careers among state residents.
Dart Container Corporation started out in Mason, Michigan, almost 60 years ago, and now aims to honor its legacy in the state by adding engineering jobs through the establishment of a new facility.