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Engineer Challenges Aren't All Project-Related

Engineer Challenges Aren't All Project-Related

An engineer’s job is to solve problems, but these professionals face unprecedented challenges and not all are caused by the projects they work on.

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Engineers may solve problems for others, but increasingly they’re faced with unprecedented challenges of their own—from coping with the swift pace of technological change to remaining competitive in the midst of a global labor shortage.

It’s a complex situation, but strategies exist—for both companies and employees—to make the challenges more manageable.

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