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'[EE] 90% of the =?windows-1252?Q?world=92s enginee'
> Sorta like "why WOULD anyone want to be an engineer, when they
> end up working 60+ hours a week with no job security, hardly
> ever end up making the big bucks, and don't get much respect?"
That's why I stopped being an engineer and became a lawyer many years ago.
Although much better compensated, the hours were about the same, and
never 40 hours a week. And, as far as job security goes, don't think
that the law is better because it isn't.
Now that I'm retired, I can tinker with ham radio projects.
> On Fri, 5 May 2006, William Chops Westfield wrote:
>> On May 5, 2006, at 2:10 PM, harry forbess wrote:
>>> Is there a shortage of engineers in the US?
> Sure, just like there is a shortage of Computer Programmers
> that's why the companies have to outsource !!!
I have had a career working for people and in my own business as a
engineer. And I must say that in my next lifetime I will NOT be an
engineer. There is simply no money to be made at it, and rarely is there
In my next life, I will be a either a doctor (a gynecologist), a dentist
or an Irish congressman from Rhode Island.
> Why will it matter where the engineers come from ?
> An engineer from China or Pakistan is okay by me.
> Maybe I will have to learn a new language and drop
> my citizenship. By 2010 the rest of the world will
> probably hate everyone from the U.S.
by 2010? You mean I MISSED somebody to alienate?
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