Hi, I have a Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems, graduated in March 2002. Have yet to find work, tech market is bad. I have been going through my options and have came up with a few. Firstly I can keep studying computer programming and become extremely good at that, my other thoughts are becoming an actuary, mainly just beacuse I'm good at math and I would not have to go back to college for it to start out. I may have to take some classes on calculus, but no degree right now. My last has came up because of where I work at. I work as a manager at an automotive manufacturer, we make Windows regulators for most vehicles. We have engineers here and I thought about engineering. I feel that I am really good at understanding how machines work and I have good troubleshooting skills. I thought about mentioning to my work about working with engineering some, maybe some kind of apprenticeship deal. I would then go back to college for engineering. See I don't want to go back to college, spend $40,000+ and end up with no job again. I want to be sure that I have a job before I graduate. I'm not sure about what all an Industrial engineer does, and would like someone to elaborate for me, what other skills would be needed.