Whether you’re an entry-level worker or a seasoned engineering professional, it’s important to stand out in the first three months of a new job. The reason for this is straightforward: both your supervisor and your co-workers want you to add value to the team, so they’ll be watching you to see how well you’re performing.We surveyed engineering hiring managers in Canada and the U.S. to discover top ways professionals can succeed in the hiring process and on the job. Their answers show that you should focus on three important areas to lay the foundation for a successful engineering career within your new company.Demonstrate that you’re team orientedThe most important factor that engineering hiring managers notice in a new employee is if you’re a supportive and valuable member of the team.
Demonstrate a willingness to learnWhen you first start your new job, there will be many things that are new to you, ranging from software you haven’t used before to company-specific lingo. These tips will help you show that you’re willing to learn:
Your work ethicThe third most important factor that hiring managers notice in new employees is a strong character.
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