|Feb25-10, 01:20 PM||#1|
Experts give your tips for recent graduates
Hi there ,
I am a recent graduate from nuclear engineering and I need some tips from nuclear experts :
Should I start looking for a job or pursuing a master degree? and what about getting MBA?
What is the most promising research area one should get involved to increase my job opportunities in nuclear industry ?
What do you think about studying Health physics or biomedical imaging ?
What is the most important required skill in nuclear industry?
What are the best paid states for nuclear engineers in US?
Thanks for your cooperation
|Feb25-10, 07:58 PM||#2|
If you want to do research at a national lab, then you likely need to get a Masters first.
An MBA will only be of use to you if you want to be more of an engineer manager as opposed to an engineer (do you want to keep working with the technical details, or to deal more with people and money?)
Maybe my final answer is inquisitiveness.
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