Engineering—The Initial Years

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by Norman F. Sweeney, Pacific Gas & Electric Co, San, Francisco, CA, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Management Planning for Survival and Growth:

Abstract: Many young engineers will choose lifelong rewarding careers in engineering. Others will choose to move into fulfilling management careers. Still others will become victims of 'career drift', moving aimlessly through a variety of unrewarding jobs. This paper describes some of the steps a young engineer can take to plan his professional development and tries to emphasize the importance of starting this process early to maximize his or her potential.

Subject Headings: Professional development |

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