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Can an engineer answer these interview questions, please?

  1. Oct 6, 2009 #1
    My name is Edith and I need to interview an engineer for my engineering class. Here are the questions, and thank you in advanced for answering them.

    Please include what kind of engineer you are.

    1. Why did you choose to become an engineer?
    2. What kind of classes did you take to become an engineer?
    3. What sort of activities did you engage in in preparation for your career?
    4. What was the hardest part of studying engineering?
    5. How difficult was it for you to get a job as an engineer?
    6. How heavily involved is mathematics and physics in your career?
    7. What kind of degree do you need to become an engineer?
    8. What is your specialty in you job? What do you mostly do?
    9. What kind of projects do you work on?
    10. Describe your typical day at work.
    11. What do your responsibilities include?
    12. What is your favorite part about being an engineer?
    13. What is your least favorite part about being an engineer?
    14. What is the most satisfying achievement in your career so far?
    15. What are some advancement opportunities?
    16. Does your job take a lot of time away from your family or your hobbies?
    17. Would you say that all the time, effort, and money you put into becoming an engineer was worth it?
    18. If you could do it all over again (studying, getting a job, etc.), what would you change?
    19. What specific skills would you suggest an engineering student work on?
    20. What advice would you give an engineering student?
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