How to Source Engineering Talent -- Through Patents
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Learn how to read the relevance of patents in the engineering industry.

If there was ever an example of a prolific patent-holder in pop culture, it’s Hubert J. Farnsworth — the doddering, bespeckled professor from “Futurama” who invents an outlandish gadget every episode.

Professor Farnsworth represents plenty of the stereotypes surrounding patent holders: independently wealthy, a mad scientist, imaginer of obscure, single-purpose applications of technology.

Is that really the kind of candidate your hiring manager is looking for?

Don’t get scared off by the patent section of an engineer’s resume — just like Professor Farnsworth, this candidate could be a fan favorite.


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