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2010-09-15 Salary Survey of Embedded Developers
Embedded development consultant and lecturer Jack Ganssle shares the results of a salary survey he conducted among almost 1,000 embedded developers worldwide
2003-09-01 A look into a design engineer's journey in the Philippines
Michael Hansson calls for a triumvirate of the industry, government and academe to support a Silicon Valley-type of environment in the Philippines.
2003-09-01 A look into a design engineer's journey in the Philippines
Michael Hansson calls for a triumvirate of the industry, government and academe to support a Silicon Valley-type of environment in the Philippines.
2012-01-27 US engineering salaries on the rise
Dice.com said that their survey found that Silicon Valley salaries averaged at $104,195. This is up 5 percent over last year's results.
2009-12-03 EEs stay optimistic despite economic downturn
EE Times found that engineers are generally satisfied with their career choices and growth opportunities, despite the rising concerns about job security and compensation.
2009-12-04 China, India EEs set sights on better opportunities
China and India engineers want more societal recognition and establish their own companies to compete with their onetime employers.
2003-10-01 Wages slightly rise amid economic uncertainty
Electronic Engineering Times - Asia found out that despite the economic uncertainty brought about by various factors, Asian companies in general rewarded engineers with higher salaries.
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
I>EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages
2002-08-01 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
This news article shows the movement of Engineers to and from Singapore to find better job opportunities and advanced training.
2004-01-16 Running job-security scared
With the rapid outsourcing to China, some would argue that the U.S. middle class is shrinking and running job-security scared.
2003-10-01 Mainland's stability hinges on performance of local firms
Mainland China continues to solidify its position as the frontier of the future of commerce as its semiconductor industry thrives; there are still a million new graduates who have no jobs, however, and the dragon of the East needs to come up new opportunities for growth to remedy this.
2007-12-17 Life is still beautiful for EEs
Life is relatively good for engineersat least according to their responses to the EE Times Annual Salary and Opinion Survey
2002-09-30 Health insurance tops Asia benefits list
Of the many factors managers need to consider when running an organization, managing staff members is the most important aspect that would make or break any organization.
2002-09-30 Happy worker: a company's greatest asset
It is one thing for a company to attract people to work for them and it is another to make them stay. To keep a satisfied employee goes beyond attractive monetary compensations and other material benefits.
2002-09-30 Experience and education pays - literally
The 2002 salary survey conducted by Electronic Engineering Times - Asia reveals that companies still put a premium on engineers that have attained a high educational degree and possess a substantial number of years in experience
2003-10-01 Engineers in Taiwan seek more from work than money
There are more things than financial concerns that Taiwan engineers deem important.
2002-09-30 Engineers eye foreign jobs despite Asian hiring binge
The recruitment outlook for Asia's electronics industry is bright as MNCs seek a foothold in the region. In a bid to lower operational costs and boost supply chain efficiency, electronic makers are investing in R&D and production facilities in Asia, notably China.
2008-12-17 Survey: Engineers brave job, economic panic
Engineers weren't supposed to be this fearful of the future but the increasing panic in once-stellar sectors is reminding even the best minds in the world of communication, electronics, IT and manufacturing that they, too, are mere mortals.
2009-12-02 Survey finds China EEs lukewarm to hot tech
Engineers from China appear to be less enthusiastic and optimistic about newer technologies, including nanotechnology, system-in-package and embedded memories.
2009-12-07 Japan engineers need to get their groove back
The struggle for relevance in a technology world that is shifting resources and manufacturing to China, appears to be taking a heavy toll on Japan engineers.
2003-10-01 Asian engineers hold on as industry recovers
EE Times - Asia has interviewed 1,459 engineers to determine the state of the semiconductor industry in our region today; results have shown that growth is existent - albeit a slow one.
2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore
2006-10-02 Indian engineers more aggressive than U.S. counterparts
A recent EE Times survey has painted contrasting pictures of go-getter engineers in India and today's typical U.S. engineer
2013-11-29 Why medical devices should be secured
The medical electronics industry has to attend to the security issues on portable medical devices.
2008-10-16 White spaces marked off as wireless arena
When the U.S. DTV switchover takes place, white spaces scattered throughout the 54MHz to 698MHz region of the RF spectrum will be available for use. A range war is raging over how this should be done. Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Motorola and public-interest groups and media companies have created the Wireless Innovation Alliance (WIA) to sort it out.
2003-10-01 Tech careers in Korea show mixed signals
The aftermath of the economic slump had left South Korea with a mixed population of mostly skeptics and only a few optimists.
2001-06-16 Taiwan's women engineers break into R&D
Female design engineers are gaining ground in Taiwan's electronics industry despite social pressures common in a traditionally male-dominated industry.
2001-04-15 Taiwan takes stocks
Salaries in Taiwan are low compared to those in the United States, which is why some companies are providing Taiwanese engineers with stock options to get them stay.
2002-05-14 Shifting opinion shakes footing of embedded Linux
The embedded Linux waters grow murkier, as analysts disagree over the future of the upstart operating system and one vendor, Lineo Inc., fights for its life.
2015-06-01 Opinion: Vietnam gives China, India a run for the money
Setting up a design centre in Shanghai or Bangalore is not financially viable, says Majeed Ahmad. With China and India losing their "lustre," Vietnam has become a cost-effective location with a growing talent pool.
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