What can I do as a mechanical engineer?
I will graduate in May of 2010 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering, so I need a little advice from all the engineers out there. I've been working in a big corporation as a intern but do not find the cubicle or the lab suits me. I've been thinking about finding a job that requires travel aboard, how can I do that? I can speak fluent Chinese and I am very interested in traveling to South Korea. But the people who travel frequently are the ones with excessive management skills. Is there a possibility to do that right after graduating from college?
Asked By: llyybbss - 6/11/2009
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I would recommend looking into the nuclear power industry. There's a huge push for that in South Korea and China right now, and having someone who speaks the language already is a huge bonus... More
Answered By: Sol - 6/11/2009
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not much just build some machines and work for someone unless ur the boss
Answered By: ieattears - 6/11/2009
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