Find Engineering Jobs

You can make your job search more effective by researching the job market.

Which jobs are in demand?

Occupations in Demand (OID)
Start your job search by considering careers that rank high for short-term employment demand.  The Engineering Center of Excellence offers a listing of high-demand engineering careers

Job Vacancy Data
Twice a year the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) conducts a survey to find job vacancies for occupations. You can see the number of vacancies, the percent of jobs that are part-time, education and experience requirements and the median wage being offered.   Select "Architecture and Engineering Occupations" from the list to see which engineering occupations posted the highest number of vacancies in Minnesota. 

You can also find key findings from the latest survey.

Where are the engineering jobs?

You can research specific industries in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. You'll be able to see how many people are employed, find common careers and learn which employers are hiring now.  


Utilize the resources below to help with your job search.

  • CAREERwise Job Search
    Search for jobs by keyword or use the "Architecture and Engineering" occupation category.  You can search for jobs anywhere in the United States.  Use the filters on the left to see the top employers, skills, and certifications for your job search.
  • Campus Job Boards
    Students and alumni of Minnesota State colleges and universities can get help finding a job at their campus career service center.  Many colleges offer job boards that will connect you to employers interested in hiring Minnesota State graduates.

Top Employers

The following employers posted the highest number of classified ads for engineering jobs in Minnesota during 2018.

  • Medtronic
  • 3M Company
  • Oracle
  • Boston Scientific
  • Unitedhealth Group
  • Honeywell
  • General Electric
  • State of Minnesota
  • U.S. Bank
  • Wells Fargo

Source: Gartner TalentNeuron, Minnesota 2018.

Business Search 

Use the Business Finder to find local businesses that may be hiring.  Learn more about researching employers.

Joining a professional community can help you understand what employers are looking for. You can network with other professionals and gain expertise in your industry.

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