I have a MSc in engineering physics / applied physics, but i decided to not continue with a PhD, and instead try out my luck as an engineer in the industry. I'm currently working with structural analysis, but I feel somewhat overqualified for most of the work I do, so I feel like switching to another job. I kind of like this field though, so I wouldn't mind continue working with mechanical design / finite element analysis and so on, just in another company. My grades are slightly above average I guess, but not so great that any company would hire me just based on that. I feel I really need to have some relevant courses / relevant degree to show. I really had to struggle to find the job I currently have, and I feel I could have a landed a much better job with my grades if I just had a more "practical" engineer education. I've considered quitting my job and taking mechanical engineer courses for a year, just to have some relevant courses to show on my resume, and then try to apply for something better. It would be one year without my normal income, but I think it could be manageable and worth it in the long run. Has anyone here done something like this? Any thoughts in general? I've never heard about anyone taking engineering courses, at least full time, after already completing a MSc. Thanks!