There is a high demand for experience engineers willing to work for pennies on the dollar… Again, I love what I do but if given the chance I would not do this again… I am glad to read you still stand by your decision almost after 2 years? The occurrences of this advancement in civil engineering will be few and far between. You can help make presentation, set up meetings, and those kind of work. I have zero interest in computers, hated programming, but was pretty decent at math. Why do you think you want to do that? I majored in Electrical Engineering at Purdue and worked for Intel as a Process Engineer for about 5 years. I still enjoy tinkering with things a little bit, or trying to improve existing designs, but I thoroughly hate the daily grind. I get the self-concern, but as far as moral outrage goes, immigration is a really weird target.
Many engineering positions are available in developing countries. More people will require more roads, more bridges, more tunnels, better transportation systems, higher buildings, comfortable homes, safer cars, faster planes and better infrastructure. I retired when my 1st child is growing up and I felt I have no choice but to give her priority. You might need to move to California if you are looking for an engineering job. Its all very different mixed results all under one company. As for the field - thats personal.
Looking forward to spending more time with the family. Its only been 1 week so far, so I haven't really gotten a wide scope of things as an engineering student. Professor Best described it as this: Engineers make something unsatisfactory satisfactory. If you love your family, want to spend dream life and planning of early retirement and a world tour with your children. This is New England, not the Tri-State or California. In order to get this license, at least a bachelor's in engineering is required.
I think most engineers can find a different job within the same field after a layoff. If you like the idea of being a biochemist. During their careers, engineers have to tackle various projects regardless of their area of expertize or education. The people who do real work in this country, hands-on, outside in the weather, 3rd shift, get less and exert more effort in this green paper hallucination we live in. Pay One of the biggest benefits of being an engineer is the pay. Each new project will improve your skills, teach you how to solve various problems and utilize resources and materials to the best of your abilities. I was just a cog in the wheel and anyone can replace me.
. An engineer was never a part of the list of what I wanted to be. Having worked for eight tech companies from very small to very large, concur that Intel was one of the worst, bottom of the barrel. In a way, having that two way communication was a great aspect of my career. It was disheartening to say the least. Were you drawn to the field by your curiosity for how things work? To employers or graduate schools, an engineering degree reflects a well-educated individual who has been taught ways of analyzing and solving problems that can lead to success in all kinds of fields.
Long hours yes, but there was an energy, a life to that place that was amazing. You work your ass off for them. I was a young guy who liked the outdoors and loved to tinker, weld, paint, innovate, and customize things in my garage. Working in big companies since graduation, I am now at the point in career where I feel stuck with no progress in sight, technical or managerial, and all I am doing is same stuff over and over again, with incompetent people being promoted ahead of guys who do the work in the office. I am essentially a communications systems embedded engineer.
I was pushed into Engineering by my parents. The next few years might be a little risky. Probably the most eminent critic of immigration in the American academe is George Borjas. I simply pointed out that you scale how much you care by the wealth of the country the person comes from. When I fuck up, they have to work harder, or worse, they can't do what pays their rent. You also need excellent reading comprehension skills.
I am thinking about talking to my boss about working with engineering some, maybe talk directly with some engineers about this. This varies significantly by where you work. I wanted to have that same level of understanding of everything around me and to be able to do the same types of things as him. If you are a senior level engineer, do you still enjoy your job and will you continue with it until full retirement age? Why do you want to be an engineer? Business people think things very different from technical people. I am looking to get out of engineering and I will be another statistic of a female who reached the 5 uear milestone. So while companies are replacing older experienced engineers with cheaper foreign tech workers on H-1B visas this guy did a reverse and he is sharing his engineering expertise with the Italians.