will i have to move around as a mechanical engineer to find jobs?
i am worried that once i get my degree i will have to move around a lot to keep jobs. i have heard that some engineers go from project to project moving around a ton. i was wondering if anyone knows if it is easy to find a mechanical engineering job that would allow me to stay in one spot and settle down?
Asked By: nick - 2/18/2010
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It all depends on your likes and priorities. If you want to go into manufacturing activities like production , quality control, process planning, manufacturing engineering (this specializes in manufacturing processes like jigs and fixtures ) , you can expect a job in a fixed location. You can apply for such openings... More
Answered By: SURESH - 2/22/2010
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Nice job.If you posses a degree - or any alternative qualification - then you'll already be in advance of the crowd when it comes to searching for professions.
Answered By: Allen - 2/18/2010
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