In recent years, engineering, software, and IT jobs on the West coast have been declining due to excessive competition. This has led to the development of new tech clusters around the country. Baltimore—home of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)—ranks at #10 among the fastest-growing tech job markets in the U.S, according to ZipRecruiter.
EduCo’s University of Maryland, Baltimore County representative, Paul Venghaus, was on hand recently to help greet our international students who commenced in late August at the institution: As the semester comes to a start here at UMBC, we are excited to welcome your students to the U.S. and to the historic town of Catonsville! Orientation
Job search website ZipRecruiter recently analysed the eight million technology jobs available in the United States. With this data they ranked the top 20 cities where the numbers of available technology jobs are growing the fastest. They found that in recent years, available engineering, software, and IT jobs on the west coast have been declining
This is the third in a series of articles for incoming students to the fall 2017 semester at our U.S. partner institutions. This series is intended to help answer any questions students or our recruitment partners may have about what international students need to do to prepare for a smooth transition into their studies in
EduCo partner institution the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s (UMBC) Career Center aims to give students and graduates the skills they need to succeed in their future careers outside of what they learn in class. Students can seek assistance from the Career Center at any time during their studies at UMBC. The Center helps students