Career Development and Resources for Geotechnical Engineers

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Career Development for Geotechnical Engineers

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Career Development 1 How you can earn more respect, money or achieve your career goals.

Career Development 2 What should every engineer do.


USACE Guidelines for the Career Development of Geotechnical Engineers. This manual lists a multifaceted progression for professional geotechnical engineers. This publication includes general descriptions of work in the planning, design and construction aspects of geotechnical engineering. This manual can be used for personal development or the development of employees and younger engineers. From the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

ASCE Career Path for Civil Engineers. This chart presents general descriptions, typical duties and responsibilities, career attainments, job titles and other information during the progression of a professional civil engineer. From the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Another ASCE Career Path document for Civil Engineers. This publication shows a pictorial flow of titles for professional civil engineers in the fields of government, education, consulting, industry and construction. Also provides advice and recommendations for the progression in each career field or transitioning from one field to another. From the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).


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