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as a civil engineer, what is considered an efficient work path for the engineer?

I am pursuing the area of civil engineering and I am simply worried for my future since I do not have everything structured yet. I have a few plans for my future, but I want to be as efficient as possible in my workplace. Therefore, how can I make myself an efficient civil engineer?

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Darren’s Answer

As a civil engineering project manager, I like the following traits in my staff:

  • Awareness of the particular task schedule and budget
  • Ability to prioritize work, when given multiple tasks
  • Having reasonable answers to reasonable questions
  • Taking 2-5 minutes to attempt to answer a question you have before coming to me for help (if schedule and budget allow)
  • Learning everyday - nobody is perfect at their job, not even your boss. We all make mistakes but we should also get better by learning from them.
  • Speaking up - your boss has a lot to do, don't assume they're always paying attention to all your needs. Be proactive if you have something to ask your boss.
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Lazher’s Answer

As a civil engineer, find creative solutions to problems.

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