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Understanding the Contract-to-Direct-Hire Process

The engineering recruiters at One Tech Engineering in Minnesota discuss how the contract-to-direct-hire process works and talk about why this model is fast becoming one of the best options for both employers and employees.

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Three Tips for Nailing Your Engineering Interview

The engineering recruiters at One Tech Engineering in Minnesota discuss some of the best tips for nailing your engineering interview. Whether you are a project engineer or an engineering manager, putting your best foot forward is important. 

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Using OneTech to find Permanent Hires

The engineering recruiters at OneTech Engineering in Minnesota explain how OneTech can help you find the best permanent hires for your technical drafting, construction, or engineering positions and simplify the hiring process. 

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Is a Civil Engineering Career Right for You?

Civil engineering focuses on the design, construction, and maintenance of a variety of physical structures many people take for granted. As a civil engineer, you’ll have an opportunity to plan, design, and oversee the construction and maintenance of essential infrastructure, from critical transportation assets like bridges, roadways and airports to buildings, dams, power plants, sewage systems, and irrigation projects.

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Hardware Engineering Manager

Hardware engineering focuses on the development and testing of computer hardware components. You may focus on specific components or parts of the process, such as specializing in design or working only with processors, or work with a general hardware engineering skill set. As you gain experience in this field, you may want to move into a position with more responsibility and a focus on strategy, as opposed to doing the front-line development yourself. The hardware engineering manager position puts you at the head of an engineering team or department, with an average salary of $140,958.

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Embedded Software Engineer

Embedded software engineering is a sub-specialty of software engineering that specifically focuses on developing software for non-computer hardware. You deal with unique hardware development environments, as the electronic systems you create software for lack the resources and capacity of your typical computing device. The software integrates directly into these devices, which requires a different software engineering style than those working on computers. Software and hardware share a strong link, so even when you don't have the same CPU power or memory as a computer, you can get a lot out of the electronics.

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The Benefits of Choosing OneTech

There are multiple advantages to signing up with One Tech Engineering to find your next job. Not only do we specialize in easy-to-use job search and profile services, but we also have competent benefits packages for our candidates, and a variety of helpful blog suggestions on how to navigate today's technical hiring world.

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Why You Should Choose OneTech's Candidates

It can be difficult to find the right talent when you have the wrong kind of recruitment pool. If you have faced struggles in the past with recruitment pools that are too random or not dependable enough for an efficient hiring process, One Tech has the ideal solution for you: Our recruiters are experienced in understanding exactly what job positions require and who can fulfill your needs.

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How Virtual Reality May Change the Landscape for Remote Workers

Virtual reality systems are getting a lot of press in the entertainment sector, but they may be able to show real advantages in business as well. Virtual reality systems such as the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Microsoft HoloLens are targeted towards either creating an entirely virtual reality or augmenting real, existing surfaces with virtual features. In terms of business, this creates a rather unique opportunity: the ability to create an entirely virtual office.

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Tips and Tricks for Managing Your 401(k)

Everyone knows that saving for your retirement is a critical part of building a solid financial future -- but that doesn't change the fact that it can be a very confusing process. Here are a few tips and tricks you can use for managing your retirement account.

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