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  • The 2013 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 26th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. The aim of the project is to provide timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of IEEE members in the United States. This information is critical for accurate understanding of compensation practices in this profession, including how those practices impact individual engineers. Members: $25.00 Non-Members: $50.00
  • In his review of career management, author Dr. Siri Varadan presents a useful and imaginative insight into how young engineers can begin to address career aspirations. Using his own career as a metaphor, he explores how career advancement is a function of opportunity, meeting preparation and readiness. In this context, he is able to illustrate how taking certain proactive steps, selecting a mentor, staying connected with industry events and colleagues, continuing to pursue personal development opportunities, can intersect with, and even create, key opportunities to pursue career advancement. By following his career as it unfolded to date, he is also able to incorporate aspects of career that may not be evident to young engineers beginning in the workforce. For example, Varadan examines the unique challenges created by family obligations relative to career, how do you balance both to be successful with both aspects of life'personal and professional? In doing so, Dr. Varadan has personalized learning to help illustrate the nuances of decision-making in the context of optionality. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • At some point in their careers, engineers may discover what is known as the 'dual ladder' in the corporate structure, the choices being to continue in the technical project aspects of their career, or the opportunity of moving into the management side of their careers. In many corporations, once the choice is made, there is no re-direct; it is either technical or management from that point forward. There are, however, those corporations which provide a true dual ladder structure. In those instances, the person involved can move back and forth, from technical to manage-ment and back again, depending on the needs of the individual or corp-oration. While the choice may seem easy, there are a number of aspects of each path that one should consider, prior to making a decision on any given opportunity. The two authors of this e-book chose the Dual Career Ladder path during their long-term careers at IBM. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in computers. Based on 2012 salary data.
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  • Salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in energy & power. Based on 2012 salary data. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • Salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in telecomm. Based on 2012 salary data. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • Salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in systems & control. Based on 2012 salary data. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • At some point in their careers, engineers may discover what is known as the 'dual ladder' in the corporate structure, the choices being to continue in the technical project aspects of their career, or the opportunity of moving into the management side of their careers. In many corporations, once the choice is made, there is no re-direct; it is either technical or management from that point forward. There are, however, those corporations which provide a true dual ladder structure. In those instances, the person involved can move back and forth, from technical to manage-ment and back again, depending on the needs of the individual or corp-oration. While the choice may seem easy, there are a number of aspects of each path that one should consider, prior to making a decision on any given opportunity. The two authors of this e-book chose the Dual Career Ladder path during their long-term careers at IBM. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • The fourth volume in this series by former Editor of IEEE Spectrum, Don Christiansen, is based on a selection of his columns related to engineering design and development, the engineering workplace, digital issues, the history of the profession, and public recognition of engineers. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • The 2013 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to develop a better under-standing of the dilemma of unemployment among IEEE's U.S. members, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2012 IEEE membership year. We surveyed U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2012, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. The results were consistent with previous years'more than half of those surveyed had not been re-employed. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • Have you ever said to yourself, 'Things would be so much better, if only my manager were different?' If you've ever worked for a difficult manager, you've thought it more than once. The reality is, you don't get to choose your manager, and your manager's behavior is unlikely to change. The only thing you can do is choose your strategy for working with your manager, and your responses to your manager. Your manager is giving you clues on how you should work with him. You will learn what those clues are, what they mean, and how to use them as you work with your manager. This e-book will help you develop effective persuasion strategies for working with your manager. When you use these strategies, you will be more productive, have less stress, and be more likely to get what you want, as you work with your manager. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • All too often, engineers believe that hard work will produce success in business and guarantee them a fulfilling career. Unfortunately, simply working hard is not enough to ensure one's career success. Young engineers miss opportunities to build a career with more possibilities and choices. Experienced engineers forget that they are responsible for managing their careers, and selling themselves at work. This e-book will focus on the strategies for engineers to build a successful career, by implementing some of the successful strategies that sales professionals use. Sales professionals are masters of communication skills. They work effectively with others to get the results they want. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • The Shaping an Engineering Career Series of e-books describes the challenges that practitioners, academics and their managers, in the engineering and related disciplines, face in building their careers. This series will document the personal history of selected engineers and describe their journeys in transitioning from entry-level employees to either technology professionals or managers. The purpose of this series is to identify the different circumstances that technology professionals have encountered in building their careers, and it will provide some guidance to others about what is required to build a successful career in technology, or related disciplines. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • The third book in this series guides you through the competitive landscape, helping you to understand who your real competition is, and why it is important to see the landscape the way your customers do. This book also helps you develop an effective positioning strategy, determine the true value of your product or service to your target customer, and find ways to ensure your solution is the ideal one. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Book 2 of this two-book series explores work-life balance in three different career stages: early career, mid-career and late-career. The information draws on interviews and input from dozens of people, both those who claim to have achieved a satisfactory sense of balance, and those who say that their lives are far from balanced. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • After several years of planning, consensus building, research and development and many hundreds of hours of work by dedicated volunteer engineers, the path for licensure of software engineers in the United States is now a reality. The last step in the path, the Principles & Practice of Software Engineering Examination (also known as the "Software PE Exam"), was recently completed and will be offered in at least 10 states in April 2013. To help prospective examinees to prepare, the IEEE-USA Software Engineering PE Exam Development Committee has created this study guide, which includes the test specification, 40 representative questions with solutions and a suggested reference list. All code used in the questions are in a generic, pseudo-language, and the description of this language is also included in the book. Member: $39.99 Non-Member: $49.99
  • The Best of Today's Engineer: on Licensure, Volume 1is a compilation of articles that will help the reader understand why one should pursue licensure; the licensure process; exam development; and how to effectively study for and pass the licensure exams. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • This series of e-books help you build up your understanding of your business, and maximize your chances for success. Book 2--Market Size and Strategy, helps flesh out the initial plan. It helps you find the real market size, even when dealing with disruptive technology where market size data is hard to come by. This book also helps the entrepreneur better understand the target buyer, and how to communicate the value of their product or service, increasing the probability of early and ongoing sales. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Book 2 of this two-book series explores work-life balance in three different career stages: early career, mid-career and late-career. The information draws on interviews and input from dozens of people, both those who claim to have achieved a satisfactory sense of balance, and those who say that their lives are far from balanced. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The fourth and final book of this series explores managing, leading, and the role of Independent Professional Contributors (IPCs); finding problems and opportunities; developing a new mindset; gives examples of taking the lead; examines becoming the Manager-Leader; and offers parting thoughts. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • The fourth and final book in this series takes a close look at integrating graphics, lists, tables, abbreviations and acronyms, numbers, and headings into writing effectively. It also examines living with deadlines, including impossible ones, as well as some ways engineers can continuously improve their writing prowess throughout their careers and lives. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • The Starting Your Start-Up e-book series is designed for the engineer or entrepreneur who has a great product or service idea, but no real marketing expertise. With a small budget and big dreams, it's difficult to know where to start. This book helps the reader understand all the basics of starting a startup. Book 1: Developing a Business Plan shows you how to develop an initial business plan that contains just enough information to get started. It helps you define your concept clearly and concisely, build an effective elevator pitch, communicate your product and company positioning, and identify your critical success factors. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Just what is work-life balance? Work-life balance is a state of control, achievement and satisfaction in your life. It means that you have a sense of being able to make choices that fit for you, given your current situation and your goals. It also means that you align your choices with those things that are important to you in life, so that you are able to enjoy a sense of satisfaction from the choices you have made. Work-life balance includes more than time. It includes feeling good about your level of involvement-- in both your work and non-work roles. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • How do organizations develop a culture that fosters leadership? Fostering leadership becomes complex when the human element is introduced. Book 3 of this series includes: The Basics of Organizational Culture; Organizational Culture Research; Building a Leadership Culture; A Case Study: IBM's Silverlake Project; and Parting Thoughts. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers, by conducting a survey of engineers who were unemployed at some point during the 2011 IEEE membership year. The first survey was conducted in 1995, with replications in 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, and again, in 2011. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The IEEE-USA Employment Assistance Committee has continued its interest in developing a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among older engineers by conducting a survey of unemployed engineers. This report of results is organized into four sections. The first section reports the percentage distribution or means response for each of the questions in the survey. The second section reports the results of selected cross tabulations that focus on age and various aspects of employment status. The third section reports the results of a multivariate analysis that focuses on the impact of age on the duration of unemployment, when other factors are held constant. The final section compares some of the current results to those in 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • Given that individuals gather, learn and retain information differently, presenters need to incorporate multiple methods of communicating information during a presentation. Visual aids can provide strong visual tools and increase the audience's retention of your core message. Learn how to supplement your presentation with effective PowerPoint slides or other visual aids. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Telecommunications has been one of the most influential technologies in human history. As the speed and volume of the transmission of messages increased, history itself has been made and altered. Telecommunications has not only influenced history, it has also allowed us to share and participate in historical events. This book is a collection of articles written by the staff of the IEEE History Center highlighting some of the many triumphs in the world of telecommunications. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • Why should you engage the political system? Because you already are, in the sense that your life is already unavoidably linked to decisions made (or not made) by politicians. Your only real option is to help influence those decisions, or just hope for the best. You, your family, your profession and your country will be better off, if you choose to speak up. The 2010 Update of this book will assist you in building relationships with your elected officials. Member: FREE Non-Member: $7.99
  • A personal introduction, captivating opening, interesting body and compelling conclusion comprise the four major parts of a successful presentation.  But once you have an organized and well-written presentation, it's time to shift your focus to delivery by incorporating eye contact, varied voice, and fluid body language. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Book 2 of this series builds on the perspectives presented in Book 1, and examines managing and leading by: 1) managers at all levels, and 2) the Individual Professional Contributor/knowledge workers. Your success in either of these two options depends on being authentic, being yourself, and recognizing your capabilities and limitations. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • IEEE-USA's Energy Policy Committee developed this whitepaper e-book as an addendum to IEEE-USA's National Energy Policy Recommendations, including policy recommendations for the Smart Grid, expanding our nation's transmission infrastructure, and energy storage.  This e-book whitepaper is intended to provide additional background information to support IEEE-USA's recommendations. Member: FREE Non-Member: $4.99
  • This book briefly outlines, for engineers and policymakers, the history of U.S. government involvement in technological innovation. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • IEEE-USA's Consultants Fee Survey Report, 2011 Edition, focuses on the compensation of U.S. IEEE members. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • A technical expert must not only know, understand and interpret complex data but also present the facts through clear, concise and correct speech. The first step in conveying technical information is to establish a clear understanding of when, where, why, how, what and to whom your information is to be presented. The next step is to structure the presentation. The structure of a presentation includes the organization of ideas, the definition of major sections and the transitions between sections. A logical structure coupled with techniques to illustrate, emphasize and explain central themes will assist your audience to understand the core message. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • IEEE-USA has conducted surveys focusing on the compensation of consultants in 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2009. Other than 2009, these were standalone surveys, and they were not a part of the overall Salary& Fringe Benefits Surveys.  In 2009, for the first time, the two survey efforts were combined. As a result, the sampling frame and qualifying definition of consultant were changed from previous implementations. And this year, the results were further filtered to those consultants who also indicated they were employed in their primary area of technical competence (PATC). Not only is the current definition different (consultants are now defined as primarily fee-based and self-employed full or part time and), but the PATC restriction does not apply this year either. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99

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