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Engineering Where in the world are engineers treated best?

  1. Nov 13, 2017 #26
    Thats a good point, is there such a subject, skill set or trade? I probably should have asked this almost 20 years ago lol.
  2. Nov 13, 2017 #27
    You can do pre-requisites this way to qualify for masters classes or in order to build out an actual product or build scientific apparatus, however, when you are laid off and you have that stain on your phyce its pretty tough to justify science experements over finanical independance. So then science and engineering become a retirement hobby if you dont run out of time first due to the lack of job security.
  3. Nov 14, 2017 #28


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    In the US.
    Where there is money and work, there are engineers. Where there is money engineers like it. Engineers like it - they feel they are treated best. And that's it.
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