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Construction Industry Enjoys Continued Increase in Employment
Construction employment levels increased for the ninth month in a row in November...
Growth in Consulting Engineering Firms Due to Outpace Other Fields
Despite the discouraging employment figures for 2003, engineers could see a surge in employment in the design industry...
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Electrical Engineers Still Face High Unemployment Rate
The unemployment rate reached an all-time high of 7% for electrical and electronic engineers in the first quarter of 2003...
January 2004 Web news
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New England to Upgrade Transmission System
New England's electric generating capacity has grown by nearly a third since the wholesale markets opened in 1999, but the transmission system hasn't been able to keep up ...
December 2003 Web news
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December 2003 news archive
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January 2004 Products of the Week
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December 2003 Products of the Week
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