interviewing an engineer?
I'm a high school student in an engineering course who needs to interview an engineer. Can someone fill this out for me please? Interviewee name: Interviewee’s specific degree: Interviewee’s place of employment: Interviewee’s email address and/or phone: Please describe your engineering field. What is your current job title? Please describe your particular job and duties. What is your average work schedule? Starting with high school, describe your educational background chronologically. If you had it to do over, related to your career or education, would you do anything differently? What advice would you give to me as someone interested in pursuing a career path similar to yours?
Asked By: - 1/19/2011
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Answered By: Tim C - 1/19/2011
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