In the print version of our Dream Jobs 2011 Special Report, we included a flowchart named "Engineer Your Destiny" [PDF]. Here, we decided to take the idea one step further, by creating an interactive quiz. Answer the 17 questions below and you'll be presented with the three engineering dream jobs from 2010 and 2011 that most closely match your personality and interests. Have fun!
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Sigloch’s algorithms reveal the hidden forces that shape the world
Samsung Aims to Recruit Best of South Korea's Military
Samsung wants to recruit and train new software engineers from the military's ranks
How IEEE Spectrum Was Born
A half century after its founding, IEEE Spectrum has validated the vision of a small group of far-sighted engineers
Jobs Open Up in Automobile Mechatronics
Retiring workers and increasingly complex cars create jobs for engineers
Silicon Valley Fans of Nikola Tesla Assemble to Unveil A Statue
The newest Silicon Valley landmark doubles as a Wi-Fi hotspot, to honor this pioneer in electricity and wireless communications
Is It Fair to Steer Students into STEM Disciplines Facing a Glut of Workers?
IEEE-USA briefing finds little need for more H-1B visas in the United States
Canada’s Missing STEM Skills Shortage
Bank report finds no STEM problem in Canada
The New Global Hiring Hall
The free flow of STEM labor around the world is the wave of the future
Corporate Recruiters Insist There Really Is a STEM Worker Shortage
Well, maybe half (or possibly only 42 percent) of those surveyed think there is one
Good Years for Technology?
Is the success of an engineering career determined by birth year?
Geeks rock Fortune's 40 under 40 list of top business leaders
Yahoo CEO and computer scientist Marissa Mayer tops Fortune’s 2013 list of powerful young execs.
Would You Encourage a Student to Pursue a Career in STEM?
IEEE Spectrum forecasters overwhelmingly say "yes"
Where the Jobs Are: 2013
Opportunities are opening up in manufacturing
SAP’s Highly Logical Choice
The German software house says that by 2020, 1 percent of its workforce will be on the autistic spectrum
A Degree in Big Data
Graduate courses are springing up to meet the demand for analysts
Is Data Science Your Next Career?
Opportunities abound, and universities are meeting them with new programs
Profile: Kenny Greenberg
This neon wizard combines art and engineering
Data Science Is Now a Job Market Based Entirely on Merit
A start-up ranks data scientists and creates competitions between them for specific consulting projects
Older and Wiser... Up to a Point
Old computer programmers don't fade away
Rick Mahurin Applies Technical Wizardry to Auto Racing
On the track with a motorsport MacGyver