Drew Peake, MSME, M.Eng., MBA, PE, FNAFE, DEE, CIH, CSP
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I am a new college freshman and am fairly certain about going to medical school. I need tips on what to do now to make applications easier down the line.
What soft skills/demeanors, unrelated to engineering education, are often extremely valuable as an engineer? ?
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Hello, I have a degree in applied physics now I wanted to specialize my knowledge in computer science. I have had a huge interest in IT since I was in high school. now I got the opportunity to study for my masters in the USA. but in my visa interview, I think I couldn't convince them or show...
Where can I get the best training in becoming an engineer?
What college major should I choose if I'm interest at engineering?
Or any other chemistry-based career.
What do you love about your job and what is your daily routine in the job, do you like what you are doing everyday?
how many classes are there for engineering?
Should I think about enrolling in college classes? Should I also think about doing trade school, or is it all based on what i want to do for a career? What should i do if i dont exactly know what to do?
To be more exact I am talking about being able to test and develop computer hardware. I assume if you simply learned enough about parts of technology, you could just start a repair business or create a YouTube channel.
Any one from the states, wanna know how it is like to be an engineer there, getting employed and stuffs?
The salary rate, how scarce are engineers, or they are in abundance.
What steps did you take to complete this goal?
What was some obstacles that you've faced while attempting to complete this goal ?
How did you feel after achieving this goal?
If I was undecided on what engineering profession to pursue, what engineering field you'll recommend for me to study?
I want to make sure that I choose the best engineering profession for me, but also learn how to choose the best profession.
2) Is it easy to get a job right out of college?
3) What is the starting pay like?
4) What different types of jobs reside inside this degree?
5) Is there a lot of stress in this job?