Engineering Jobs News:
BT today announced a major expansion of the recent recruitment drive by its local access network business, Openreach, with the creation of a further 500 full-time engineering jobs, the majority of which will be permanent posts.
Cambridge-California networking technology business Solarflare has triggered an engineering jobs boom in the UK’s innovation capital and taken more space to accommodate the headcount surge. It represents an investment over 10 years of £2.96 million ($4.75m). Read more...
The state gave the aerospace giant tax incentives valued at $8.7 billion. Now Boeing is moving engineering jobs elsewhere.
BT is creating jobs in Barnstaple. MORE jobs are being created in Barnstaple thanks to BT expanding its engineering workforce in the region. Another 26 engineers have been recruited in towns and cities including Barnstaple, Exeter and Plymouth.
ANOTHER 31 engineering jobs have been created by telecommunications giant BT, including in Bradford.
Software engineer took the No. 1 spot on the website's list of 10 best IT and engineering jobs of 2014, with an average salary of $93,350 and projected growth rate of 22 percent over the next eight years.
Telecoms giant BT is to create 500 engineering jobs at its Openreach division amid increasing rollout of its fibre broadband programme.
As Boeing continues to shift engineering work from the Seattle area, union members are asking why the state didn't get a better job guarantee from a massive tax break
Boeing is moving a large part of its defense engineering work out of the Puget Sound region, affecting 2,000 jobs mostly in Kent and Seattle.
Only a small fraction of the nearly 48,000 jobs Gov. Rick Scott credits to incentives have been created.