Do Civil Engineers constantly move for different projects?
I read that Civil Engineers move often to do different projects. I am a CE student, and I would rather work at one place and establish a family and one home. I don't wanna constantly move around and destroy my family. Is this true?
Asked By: - 12/28/2009
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As the owner of a small civil engineering firm in Connecticut I can state with certainty that our employees work from either the office or from their home and may travel to jobs 1-2 days a week that may include up to an hour of travel. The majority of smaller civil engineering firms do not have their employees... More
Answered By: Paul - 12/30/2009
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No, usually you can work for a local company and just bid jobs in that area or state.
Answered By: Marc L - 12/28/2009
Matt: Depending on where you settle, you could work for a national or multinational engineering firm or the federal government (e.g., the Army Corps of Engineers, FHWA, Air Force) and work on projects in different locations. Otherwise, you could work for a local firm or government agency doing local projects.
Answered By: Mike - 12/28/2009
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