| 11 December 2023

Your top five of 2023

Want to know what had engineering graduates paying attention during 2023? Get your quick news fix with a summary of the top five articles your peers were most interested in this year. 

Federal Budget 2023: impacts for the profession 

The Federal Budget this year was huge for engineers and we captured it all! We broke it down so young members can skim through and be well-equipped with what is happening politically for the profession. 

Get all the info on how the budget will affect engineering and your future, from infrastructure and skills to migrants and the clean energy transition. 

Five AI tools that can help engineers 

This one was one of your favourites... and we can see why. Artificial intelligence is evolving rapidly, and engineers are going to be crucial in its future. Not only that, but it can help you do your job better! 

With many engineers already incorporating AI into their practice, and reaping the rewards, we can see why this article was one of the most read for 2023. 

Top 10 TV shows for engineers 

If you’re lucky enough to be going on a holiday break this summer, what would it be without a TV binge. If you missed it the first time, then this is a good article to go back to for those lazy days on the couch.  

Take a look at some of our favourite TV shows for engineers. 

Latest engineering statistics released 

Have you had a go at the new engineering statistics dashboard yet? In an Engineers Australia first launched last month the new platform provides an in-depth analysis of the engineering profession in Australia. 

Find out about where the jobs are, salaries by industry and age group, engineering qualifications and core industries plus much more. 

New construction engineering micro-credentials target Australia’s skills shortage 

Engineers Australia launched five new micro-credentials focused on the construction industry. Chief Engineer Jane MacMaster said at the time “micro-credentials aren’t just a training course – they are highly-targeted tools that develop and certify new skills or certify existing skills, to industry standards of practice.”  

This is great news for graduates in the construction sector, providing recognition for your on-the-job skills development, and helping to progress to the next stage of your career. 

Check them out.