Do you know what young engineers are looking for?

April 7, 2015
Graduating engineers want more than just a good paycheck from prospective employers.

If you want to attract young talent, it's great—but not enough—to offer even the most fantastic set of technical resources, challenges and rewards. You also have to be able to prove that your process industry plant is a great place to work, and a responsible steward of the planet and the environment. If you can do that, you can attract talent pretty much no matter where you are—or what you make.

To learn more about attracting the right engineer, read “Attracting Good Young Engineering Talent Takes More than a Good Pay Package” from Control.

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