Engineering Summer Job – 4 Ways to Finding the Perfect Job is a guest post by Jake Lester
Deciding to get a job during the summer break is a significant step towards establishing your future as an engineer. There are a number of things to consider such as location and the pay that you wish to receive for the services rendered. Of course, since this is an engineering summer job, also known as internship, and you are still a student, you should not expect your pay to rival those that are already on the employee roster. Before embarking on a job search, you need to analyze yourself and the qualities that you’ll offer your potential employer. You will need to prepare a resume, regardless of whether you’re still in school or not. In doing so, you should consider any achievements you might have that may be attractive for an employer, and include them on your resume. Volunteer work or personal projects that you have embarked upon should be feature here. However these are just a few of the basics items to consider.