Cash in your pocket
If you’ve ever had to wait patiently in a long queue to buy something in a shop and thought “there must be a simpler and quicker way to do this”, then you should consider being an engineer.
Engineers are helping to move money quickly, simply and safely by changing the technology that’s used in shops, public transport and at events. Near-field communication technology will allow “wave and pay” purchases in the future, allowing people to spend their time doing things other than shopping and queuing!
The work of engineers also helps us figure out how much money we have, even in the most remote of places. If you wanted to find out your bank balance in Antarctica, you could use the world’s most southerly cash point!
The IT route to success
For IT apprentice Renee, her programme was the perfect step between college and work. She why an apprenticeship worked for her and why it could work for you.
When the chips are down
Intel is firmly focused on making the technology today that will shape our tomorrow. To find out what happens behind the doors of one of the world’s most recognisable technology brands, we spoke to Anthony Moglione, a business and systems analyst at Intel to see what makes him, and the company, tick.