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2012 2nd International Conference on Business Management and Electronic Information (BMEI)

Management Science and Engineering; Electric Information and signal processing; Ecommerce and E-business; Information Systems and Technology

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Business Management and Electronic Information (BMEI)

    Management Science and Engineering Electric Information and signal processing E-Commerce and E-business Information Systems and Technology


2011 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Management Science and Electronic Commerce (AIMSEC)

AIMSEC aims to provide a high-level international forum for experts, academics and researchers to exchange ideas and establish friendship.



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Employment assistance for IEEE members

Proceedings of the IEEE 1993 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference-NAECON 1993, 1993

IEEE-USA's Employment Assistance Committee (EAC) provides U.S. members with two groups of products. Job search materials are available at no charge to IEEE's unemployed members above student grade, and group activity materials are available for IEEE Sections to help their unemployed members. Materials sent to individuals include the updated, two-volume Employment Guide For Engineers And Scientists, a PEER II brochure, ...


2011 IEEE-USA Employment Survey Report

2011 IEEE-USA Employment Survey Report, None

The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2011 IEEE membership year. The first survey was conducted in 1995, with replications in 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, and again, in ...


IEEE-USA Unemployment Survey - 2010 Edition

IEEE-USA Unemployment Survey - 2010 Edition, None

The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers by conducting a survey of unemployed engineers. This report of results is organized into four sections. The first section reports the percentage distribution or means response for each of the questions in the survey. The second section reports ...



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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Employment assistance for IEEE members

    IEEE-USA's Employment Assistance Committee (EAC) provides U.S. members with two groups of products. Job search materials are available at no charge to IEEE's unemployed members above student grade, and group activity materials are available for IEEE Sections to help their unemployed members. Materials sent to individuals include the updated, two-volume Employment Guide For Engineers And Scientists, a PEER II brochure, a Job Search Record Book, and a packet of employment assistance articles. The author discusses these and other publications and workshops for the IEEE engineers.<<ETX>>

  • 2011 IEEE-USA Employment Survey Report

    The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2011 IEEE membership year. The first survey was conducted in 1995, with replications in 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, and again, in 2011.

  • IEEE-USA Unemployment Survey - 2010 Edition

    The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers by conducting a survey of unemployed engineers. This report of results is organized into four sections. The first section reports the percentage distribution or means response for each of the questions in the survey. The second section reports the results of selected cross tabulations that focus on age and various aspects of employment status. The third section reports the results of a multivariate analysis that focuses on the impact of age on the duration of unemployment, when other factors are held constant. The final section compares some of the current results to those in 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008.



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