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This minor group includes civil, mechanical, electrical, electronic, and chemical engineers. They are employed by governments; engineering, consulting, construction, and communications companies; power-generating utilities; a wide range of manufacturing, processing and transportation industries; and government, research and educational institutions; or they may be self-employed.
Civil engineers plan, design, develop and manage projects for the construction or repair of buildings, earth structures, powerhouses, roads, airports, railways, rapid transit facilities,…
Mechanical engineers research, design and develop machinery and systems for heating, ventilating and air conditioning, power generation, transportation, processing and manufacturing. They also perform…
Electrical and electronics engineers design, plan, research, evaluate and test electrical and electronic equipment and systems. They are employed by electrical utilities, communications companies,…
Chemical engineers research, design, and develop chemical processes and equipment, oversee the operation and maintenance of industrial chemical, plastics, pharmaceutical, resource, pulp and paper,…
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Niagara Workforce Planning Board will continue to deliver labour market data and insight, under the umbrella of the Workforce Collective brand. With this new brand, we’re also emphasizing our initiatives related to workplace wellbeing, newcomer employment strategies, the equity of work and more.
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