I have a BSc in information technology. I worked as a technician for a long time after the military, and I did really well. The engineers were handing off their hard work to me, so I quit my job and got my Master's in computer engineering. Now it's time to find a job again. Two questions: First, will I be considered a real engineer, with my undergrad in another field? Second, it seems like all the jobs that I'm able to get (just started searching) are technician jobs still. Same stuff I was doing before. I am in my 30s, I enjoy what I was doing before, but I want to move up. Should I settle, or is that a career killer for getting into engineering? Obliged!