Hello. I'm a freshman in college and I'm taking an engineering introduction course. Our assignment for this week is to interview an engineer who has a four-year degree in engineering. So I'm coming here for help! Any reply much appreciated! Here are the questions： 1.Which field of mechanical engineering are you in? Automobile, material, etc. 2.Why did you choose this field? 3.How long have you been in the engineering field? 4.Was mechanical engineering the only major you took in college? 5.Does what you learned in college match what you need in your work? 6.Where do you work? In an office building or a factory? 7.Do you like the place you work at? 8.Do you feel much pressure in your work? 9.How important is teamwork in your work? 10.Which one do you enjoy more, working as a team or working alone? 11.What do you think is needed to be a good engineer? 12.Does the money you make now match what you expected when you first decided to enter this field? 13.Are you satisfied with your current status? The balance between career and personal life, salary, relationship with workmates, etc. 14.What is the good things and bad things working as an engineer? 15.Any suggestion for a student who's going to enter this field? Thanks! Thank you so much for your time! Also, our instructor require us to include the following information: Your company / position / degree background / college attended Please include the information you don't mind including. It's perfectly alright if you wouldn't like to include those. Again, thank you so much for you help. I appreciate that!