In the 1970s, many companies advertised jobs for Engineers with two to five years of experience. Their rationale was that it takes a couple of years to transition from the academic world into the real world of costs, schedules, and proven designs. In bigger companies, the experienced engineers would offload easier but more mundane tasks […]
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