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In response to the theme, "What I wish I'd known about engineering when I entered the work force,” first place winner Irene Garcia says, Attitude along with Skill and Knowledge is the formula for success.
Summer is nearing its end, and hundreds of thousands of college students will return to class. An article in the ASME Career Center notes that they might want to look to engineering for some of the most promising career paths.
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Why do men so heavily outnumber women in the engineering workforce? The answer may be as close as your TV. It’s time to put MacGyver on the case.
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