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Old 01-11-2013, 01:25 PM   #168
iverson2k10
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Originally Posted by yousharenow View Post
Older engineers are all that is left. The brain drain is heavy in 2 areas - Engineering and Air Traffic Control. There aren't NEARLY enough young engineers to backfill the group of engineers that are going to retire in the next decade. Everyone is off getting an expressive dance degree or something.

I really don't get much guff, I got this job because I am well known in my industry, I have experience on networks of all sizes and shapes, and I'm published. Most the guys are impressed that I am where I am at my age, but they quickly figure out WHY I am where I am. Like I said, there just aren't a lot of solid, young engineers out there.



Where did you get this? NE degree's aren't very widely known.


I got it at New England Institute of Technology located in Rhode Island.
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