Engineering field (hands on career?)
Ive seen many interviews online of experienced engineers saying how the job is less hands on than their original expectations but mostly paper work. As i am interested in the STEM field i love building things and the idea behind mechanical, electrical, and aerospace engineering. But i dont want to regret majoring in a job field that leaves me unsatisfied due to my expectations. Just wanted some advice on this topic and what you think would be the best course of action i could take involving my future career. Though im only still in highschool id like to start researching what jobs id like to go into early.
Submitted July 11, 2017 at 02:19PM by Sithlord18
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