Professions and the Employment Market in High Innovation and Designing.


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Professions and the Job Market in High Technology and Engineering A discussion to direction advisors Timothy C. Lethbridge (English) and Daniel Amyot (Français), October, 2005

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Topics in this discussion Examples of a portion of the sorts of innovative vocations accessible Education prerequisites for the above Job market prospects Evidence that there are a lot of occupations! Programs accessible at the University of Ottawa to plan understudies for cutting edge occupations Differences among fields, for example, software engineering and programming building Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Sample innovative employments for which a college degree is required Software Developer/Software Engineer Perform all parts of programming advancement: prerequisites, outline, programming and quality affirmation Suitable degrees: Computer Science Software Engineering More on the distinctions later Programs show Mathematics information to guarantee understudies can do legitimate investigation and deliberation Programming information (they take in a few dialects and can without much of a stretch learn others) Design information Knowledge of exceptional strategies and advances Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Sample innovative employments for which a college degree is required Systems Analyst/Software Architect Focuses on the abnormal state needs of an application or a business Suitable degrees: Computer Science Software Engineering Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Sample innovative employments for which a college degree is required Computer Engineer/Hardware Developer Designs a portion of the accompanying: Computers and gadgets with implanted PCs Could incorporate robots, PDAs, vehicles, and so on. More electronic gadgets have implanted PCs Software to keep running on inserted PCs Computer systems Suitable degrees: Computer Engineering Software Engineering (for some implanted applications) Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Sample innovative employments for which a college degree is required IT Manager/CIO Has a profound comprehension of the innovation business Suitable degrees Computer science with IMS choice Software building with administration and enterprise alternative Computer building with administration and business enterprise choice (For equipment escalated situations) Also required Experience in the past 3 occupations MBA recommended for the most senior positions Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Sample cutting edge employments for which a college degree is required Biomedical Engineer Designs frameworks that work in social insurance, incorporating those inserted in the human body Suitable degrees Biomedical Mechanical Engineering Biomedical Electrical Engineering Biomedical Software Engineering Computer Science with minor or second major in science, natural chemistry, biomedical science Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Sample IT employments for which a school recognition would be sufficient Computer administrator, PC specialist Keeps the PCs, programming and systems in an organization running May do constrained programming Database executive Installs databases, awards consents, and ensures they are continued running easily Web originator or developer of little frameworks Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Think deliberately about training level Consider the accompanying about school level instruction Industry is less and less intrigued by immaculate programming (school level) Outsourcing is essentially an issue for those included in composing code University degrees are popular Source: Direction informatique Express, October 2005 http://www.directioninformatique.com/DI/customer/fr/DirectionInformatique/Nouvelles.asp?id=36911 Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Topics in this discussion Examples of a portion of the sorts of cutting edge professions accessible Education necessities for the above Job market prospects Evidence that there are a lot of employments! Programs accessible at the University of Ottawa to plan understudies for innovative occupations Differences among fields, for example, software engineering and programming designing Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Fortune Magazine: " 16 Fastest Growing Professional Jobs " Source: Fortune Magazine, March 21, 2005, p. 131. Conclusions got from information distributed by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Increment over the period 2002-2012 Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Ten most astounding paying college degrees for 2004-05 (In the US, compensations in USD) And the pattern is ever upwards Source: Summer 2005 Salary Survey , NACE, http://www.jobweb.com/SalaryInfo/05_toppdmajors.htm Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Trends in the occupation market & college registering enlistment Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Job breakdown 1999-2004 Source: Comm. of the ACM, Sept. 2005 Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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CS ubiquity 1971-2004 Source: Communications of the ACM, Sept. 2005 Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Why is enlistment not following anticipated employments? The general population does not think about the projections the general population has a profound trepidation coming about because of news stories of cutbacks in 2000-2003 the general population is hypnotized by the bait of life sciences IT has lost its "cool" in the secondary schools Girls, especially are influenced by contrary generalizations High tech individuals don\'t generally sit behind their work areas writing throughout the day! They have a ton of social association with clients, clients and different partners Solving client\'s issues can be exceptionally fulfilling Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Other proof that the cutting edge work business sector is fortifying Industry Canada (2005): Employment development for data and correspondence innovation experts somewhere around 1990 and 2004 was around four times higher than general occupation development in Canada Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Other Evidence … Mercer Human Resource Consulting (2004) Trained laborers in Canadian cutting edge organizations are winning both more than they did three years prior and more than their companions in different ventures Software plan engineers, earned a normal of $101,000 a year in 2004, up from $80,000 in 2001 Hardware engineers earned by and large $97,000, up from $81,000. Vocations in High Tech and Engineering

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Other Evidence … Computerworld, citing IBM, 2005 The potential business sector for youngsters with centralized server mastery is growing as large iron authorities head for retirement in the U.S. furthermore, Western Europe Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Salaries for Co-operation understudies (2005) Statistics for SITE understudies: first work term: about $500 every week second work term: about $600 every week third work term: about $650 every week fourth work term: about $700 every week Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Other proof… Bill Gates encouraged the most astute personalities on Canadian grounds to work in software engineering and consider a vocation at Microsoft Corp., promising them that the data innovation transformation has just barely started . " Software is the spot where the activity is . It\'s a territory that will keep on generating employments ," he told understudies at the University of Waterloo. Source: The Globe and Mail, October 13, 2005 http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20051013.wgates1013/BNStory/National/Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Other confirmation… COOP @ uOttawa Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Other proof … COOP @ uOttawa Fall 2005 100% SITE understudies set! There were 30 a bigger number of positions than there were understudies! Professions in High Tech and Engineering

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There have been a few cutbacks in 2005 Hewlett-Packard: 14,500 occupations 10% of their workforce Half of these were in: Technology upkeep, HR, fund, and so forth. IBM: 14,500 occupations Out of 359,000 employments Mostly in Europe According to representatives, the majority of the general population concerned had officially left Source: Direction Informatique Express, 27 juillet 2005 Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Hiring declarations … From the last uOttawa vocation reasonable: Communications Security Establishment (CSE) 200-300 positions for each year to fill (in Ottawa) for quite a while Accenture (IT specialists) At minimum 500 positions to fill this year in Canada, 100 for new graduates. SAP Labs Canada declared arrangements in June to twofold its workforce with 100 new programming designers who will work at its R&D focus in Montreal MD Robotics is hoping to contract 20-40 new individuals soon Even IBM has been procuring (in ranges where it needs to develop) Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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What about \'offshoring\'? Expansive quantities of organizations are outsourcing programming improvement to seaward areas (India, Eastern Europe) But: The aggregate business sector is rising speedier Only the absolute most everyday writing computer programs is being offshored Jobs that by and large stay here incorporate IT administration and Analyst postions Jobs requiring cooperation with the client (prerequisites, substantial scale programming building, UI outline, and so on.) Jobs in the more creative ventures Jobs in people in general division Jobs in littler undertakings that would discover offshoring excessively complex Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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What to prompt understudies who are intrigued yet incredulous Study processing, however widen your insight Combine it with a minor, or choice in a related field Particularly consider business alternatives Register for center projects, for example, at the University of Ottawa Browse the web for proof about the occupation market! Know about new patterns in colleges Multidisciplinary concentrates on Employers are increasingly keen on those with experts degrees Careers in High Tech and Engineering

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Topics in this discussion Examples of a portion of the sorts of innovative vocations accessible Education necessities for the above Job market prospects Evidence that there are a lot of occupations! Programs accessible at the University of Ottawa to get ready understudies for howdy

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