Should I pass up an opportunity to work at Lockheed Martin?
It would be in quality engineering but I have a degree in Aerospace Engineering and would rather take an aerospace engineering job. Unfortunately they are not hiring for that at the moment. I am a quality engineer at a smaller company (a fraction of the size of Lockheed) that builds aircraft assemblies that will be moving facilities in two years, requiring me to drive 40 mins to/from work. They are also paying for my graduate degree. I do hate my quality job now (which I will probably hate at Lockheed as well) but should I pass up working there despite that fact? Would it be easier to transfer to an aerospace engineering job once inside Lockheed or should I wait it out at my current company until I can get an aerospace job there outright? In the long run, I definitely DO NOT want to stay with my current company. If I go to Lockheed now though, I MIGHT not get tuition reimbursement.
Asked By: Avelyn - 1/28/2013
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Listen to your question: You are a quality engineer with a aerospace engineering degree?
Answered By: Go with the flow - 1/28/2013
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