Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
But the actual question, please write from your own experience, or from the experience of friends, or from what you see as things stand, opportunities in this case in the US and Canada? How realistic is it in a few years to work in Europe, with experience and knowledge of the language to find a job in the US or Canada and move there? How do you do business with mechanical engineering in these countries? How much are the engineers required in comparison with the programmers? I only know that there is a lot of production, but how are things really going? Perhaps someone worked in Europe and the US / Canada to compare the picture of opportunities there and here in this area?
Thankful in advance, I ask to share information on this topic who than can.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
By the way, if I have an EU resident or if I get the citizenship of some EU country, in this case Poland, which I can get after three years of work and stay in Canada, I can go to Canada without a visa and stay there for up to three months, or apply for professional emigration, which greatly simplifies job search and relocation. At the moment I am very interested in comparing the labor market of US / Canadian engineers and the EU, any information will be very grateful.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Thousand 80. “Average hospital temperature”. With work more complicated than programmers, but the turnover is less.
In general, in order to be an engineer, every state / province has regulatory bodies, it is necessary to take exams and pay an annual fee.
But this is a real engineer who can sign and he is responsible for what he signed.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Re: Work as an engineer in the US / Canada with a European education and experience. Help me to understand.
Thousand 80. “Average hospital temperature”. With work more complicated than programmers, but the turnover is less.
In general, in order to be an engineer, every state / province has regulatory bodies, it is necessary to take exams and pay an annual fee.
But this is a real engineer who can sign and he is responsible for what he signed.
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