Careers in science and engineering: a student planning guide to grad school and beyond
National Academy Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 134 pages
"Careers in Science and Engineering" offers guidance to students on planning careers--particularly careers in nonacademic settings--and discusses how to obtain the education and skills necessary to attain their career goals. Profiles of science engineering professionals illustrate a variety of career paths.
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WHAT ARE YOUR CAREER GOALS? 1
Action Points 7
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