Update 2017-02-14: Updated many of the vocabulary links.
Re our class on "Employee Resourcing and Management", here are a couple of podcasts on staffing needs, relevant to an organization in general, or when starting a new project. They involve dealing with issues like: how many employees are needed, what work will they do, what qualifications should they have, where to find them, how much to pay them.
Some vocabulary from Part 1:
Some vocab from Part 2:
My student Harry from China asks: (edited)
Could you please tell me which kind of certification is the most popular for Electrical Engineers in the US? Also, which certification can be got through examination useful all over the world.
Thank you for your kind help.
I don't know :) I'm not an expert on electrical engineering (EE) and the only electrical engineers I know are in China, but I've done a little searching on the web and I'll give the results here.
As examples, I'll give some links in this article to job advertisments on US jobs websites, but links to specific jobs might stop working once the employer finds an employee. If so, try making new searches for "electrical engineer" at these websites:
Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE / BSc)
It seems the basic qualification in the US is a BSEE (Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering) from an accredited university (usually the university must be accredited by ABET ).
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G.A.L.E.S.L. / joe3
Some tips and links on learning English.