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With Sound Engineering, how much time would you say you devote to your job?

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Ashford’s Answer

Usually with most types of jobs it’s going to be a regular 9-5. If it’s some thing you’re doing as research or self employed, you can spend as much time as you want.
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Moe’s Answer

Be selfish, when it comes to your career. Try to devote as much as time as you can to honing your career. I myself graduated with a degree in Systems Engineering, however I transitioned to developing and programming in general because I considered that my calling. I spent extra hours outside of the office just to get better because at the end of the day that will help you stand out from the others. Do your best and have faith and confidence in your ability
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Craig’s Answer

If you are passionate a lot of time, if just as a job the 9 to 5
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Will’s Answer

A work-life balance is certainly achievable in engineering (9-5, off on the weekends) - it's somewhat dependent upon the field of engineering you enter. A software engineer, for instance, might typically work 9-5 throughout the week, though there could be crunch time ahead of a big, committed release and you may find yourself on-call on the occasion and get woken up at 2 am because a service crashes. As another example, a chemical process plant engineer may work the same shifts as plant operator and may work nights as process plants rarely shut down.
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