What is it like to be an engineer?(Any kind of engineer ranging from electrical, biological,robotics nuclear)?
etc.....what is your education like, what is expected of you, and what is expected of you at your job, what are the good and bad things about any particular type of engineering job. How long does it take to become educated for the job? Any other info about it thanks.
Asked By: Squrrels - 11/11/2008
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I am a mechanical engineer... More
Answered By: scott h - 11/11/2008
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You have to be highly intelligent (the more the better) and have an excellent understanding of English and maths. The more effort you put into it, the more rewarding (or satisfying) it will be.
Answered By: hobart_elf - 11/11/2008
you need to understand the math, you need to be fluent, and you need to have some kind of "feeling" for engineering. I enjoy engineering because i love to make and create something productive.. I work on CAD/CAM programming, in CNC part(CAM). It's where you write programs and machines do whatever you write them to do... More
Answered By: Dumbo - 11/11/2008
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