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To what extent does engineering background required you to be skilled in the analysis of technical reports or information?

Asked McKinney, Texas

I am ambitious senior in high school who wants to explore the opportunities that is available for me to grab onto. I want/need to know how skilled i need to be to pursue the goal I have. #mechanical-engineering #civil-engineering #architecture #architectural-engineering

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Myron’s Answer

Updated California, California

You must be very proficient in the English language and be able to interpret and understand what is being said. In today's contracting world, Contractors hire a staff for the specific purpose to find a flaw, misunderstanding, ambiguity or any inconsistencies in contracts which they can then exploit to extract more money for the project. It works for them!

Andrea’s Answer

Updated Land O' Lakes, Florida

Often in design and engineering, we are tasked with reading reports from consultants. These reports may be quite extensive, and complex. The idea is not to understand everything, but to realize that if you have questions, you HAVE to ask.

DAVID’s Answer

Updated Saint Petersburg, Florida

to improve your skills you should spend time to be skillful in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Auto-CAD, as a student you can get discount deals on the software


Updated Washington

The job practical work in engineering is excellent