Reply to post: Re: So... is he an engineer?

When is an electrical engineer not an engineer? When Arizona's state regulators decide to play word games

My other car WAS an IAV Stryker

Re: So... is he an engineer?

After getting my master's (MSEE), while looking for a job, I took the EIT because I thought it might help my self-marketing.

I barely passed, it didn't help, and the job I did get* didn't care, and was out-of-state, and had no PEs to apprentice from, so my four years lapsed and I haven't cared since.

* It was who I knew, not what -- networking for the win. What I learned on the job was much more valuable.

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