Each week we see concerning reports about the STEM skills gap continuing to widen in the United States. The good news is Congress and the Biden Administration have a unique chance to help move things in the right direction.
While business owners may be understandably concerned about the possible tax increases coming from D.C., there is some decidedly good news on the tax front for architects, engineers and construction companies.
Each week we see concerning reports about the STEM skills gap continuing to widen in the United States. The good news is that Congress and the Biden Administration have a unique chance to help move things in the right direction.
In September 1900, a Category 4 hurricane ravaged Galveston, Texas, killing more than 6,000 people and damaging nearly all of the city’s structures. In the aftermath of the storm, city officials inspected the wreckage, and did the only thing they could to move forward: rebuild.
Every business is adapting to a rapidly changing world. Water treatment companies, like many small and medium sized businesses right now, are looking for funding for the future so they can retain their employees, hire more technical talent and better serve their clients.
It’s not often a company’s day-to-day services can lead to tax relief, but that’s the case for control system and process engineers. Designing and implementing systems that function efficiently is the main priority for these engineers. In order to do so, system enhancements continuously need to be developed, which more often than not means one thing: spending money.