How do i become an engineer without the math

I love everything arduino, taking parts out of computers, soldering, etc but hate math and im already too far into my public health degree

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Competition Show looking for Engineer!
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Fema engineer

I currently work for the federal government but I am interested in FEMA. Its a CORE position. I was wondering if someone else has done this same transition and if so can you share. Thanks

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Mid 30s engineer. Even though my wife forgot my birthday yesterday, I've outgrown the insecurities of my 20s. Remind me why I was so insecure.
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I am an Engineer and I hate it with a passion...

Long story short, I have been an engineer for exactly 10 years now. B.S. and M.S. in Engineering. In school it was awesome. I love everything about engineering then. Since day one in industry , I have hated it. I thought I was just job hopping because my current job was not a "good fit" so I would move to something different. But i am coming to the realization that I just hate engineering as a job. What are some options for a "introverted technical guy" to transition over without sacrificing too much salary?

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Hey Reddit! My name is Donna Imam and I’m a Computer Engineer running for US Congress in one of the closest races you’ve never heard of in Austin, Texas against a 9-term Build-the-Wall Trumper. AMA!

5:34 PM Thanks to everyone who asked questions today, and thanks to everyone who voted for me! I will come back later tonight to answer more questions. Bye for now.

As a computer engineer, I’m not exactly your typical candidate for office. I started out designing smart meters for commercial usage. As a product manager I went on to lead large product lines from business-class notebooks used by tens of millions worldwide, to microcontrollers found in virtually everything from washing machines to commercial jets. Later, I founded my own tech consulting firm.

In the mid-2000’s I witnessed my employer move manufacturing to Mexico and layoff all assembly workers. Many of them had no career retraining options and never worked a decent paying job again and this left a profound impact. I subsequently became an active volunteer in my community and was elected president of a 4000+ member nonprofit that provides free training and education to working professionals.

As an engineer and tech

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How to cut onions like an engineer.

Back when i was in college, i worked at a very popular Chinese restaurant. They often put me at a cashier role, but decided i was better suited for a prep role for some reason or another.

Let me start off by saying the manager ABSOLUTELY hated me. He was a big dude with zero common sense (probably my bias) and just liked to boss people around.

On the day i question, he had me cutting tri cut onions, which had to be measured perfectly, they had to be like 3cm thick. As a studying engineer, once i had an eye for how big they needed to be, i was able to cut without measuring each one. Well my manager did NOT like that at all. After about 30 mins of cutting he came back to see how i was doing and noticed i wasn’t measuring each one.

He threw a massive fit and told me i needed to measure them. I quickly explained that i could estimate really easily the size, and it was more efficient for me not to measure. He told me that wasn’t possible, so i challenged him to a race. Cut 3 onions an

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I'm an engineer that works with a lot of mechanics, they left me this loving message on my key board.
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My grandfather bought these in 1956 and gave them to me when he retired in 1996. I've carried them on many jobs in multiple countries over 3 continents. I hope he's proud that he inspired me to become an engineer.
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I am former NASA Mechanical Engineer turned YouTuber Mark Rober. I've been making videos for 9 years and just passed 10M subs. AMA!

Hello, I'm Mark Rober. I have a YouTube channel where I build stuff and come up with new ideas. I recently cofounded #TeamTrees with Mr. Beast. My passion is getting people (especially the young folk) stoked about Science and Engineering. AMA!

PROOF- https://www.dropbox.com/s/1c3coui7rzuhbtc/AMA%20Proof-%20Mark%20Rober.png?dl=0

My channel- https://www.youtube.com/markrober

My most popular videos on reddit were probably:

  1. Glitterbomb- https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/a739zk/package_thief_vs_glitter_bomb_trap/
  2. Carnival Scam Science- https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/78k522/carnival_scam_science_and_how_to_win/
  3. Courtesy Car Horn Honk- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv8wqnk_TsA

tl;dr of me:

-I have a Masters in Mechanical Engineering. I worked at NASA for 9 years (7 of which were spent on the Curiosity Rover). After that I worked for Apple for 4 years doing Product Design in their Special Projects Group (I just quit to do YouTube full time 6 months ago).

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Growing up my parents were poor, I was made fun of for being on the free lunch program in school. In college my girlfriend broke up with me saying I didn’t work hard enough. Now I’m 25, almost 3 years out of college making $160k a year as an engineer in the tech industry.

But I still have chips on my shoulder about the way I was treated growing up and by the people around me. I don’t really have anyone else to tell, but I did it. I survived all the shit, I worked harder than anyone I knew, and I fucking did it.

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Japan's Evaporated People | 101 East (2020) Every year, thousands of Japanese men and women vanish without a trace. They are known as the "johatsu", or evaporated people, and they engineer their own disappearances. Without warning, they leave behind loved ones who are left searching for answers. youtube.com/watch?v=X2XPt…
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Lordy! I was reminded of this story after a recent phone call from an old friend. Rather a long one, so sincere apologies in advance. It’s part r/ProRevenge, part r/EntitledPeople.

β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”

Some years age, I got a gig working a weekend music festival. Fairly simple too: ten bands per day and all pretty standard rock ’n’ roll fare. Bossman puts four of us out on the gig: me, Dreadful Boris, Big Chris and Hammer. He also said we’d be taking out an apprentice, a young lad who was the son of a local promoter. Well, always nice to have an extra pair of hands, and it's good to help train the next generationβ€”after all, that's how we learnt in the past.

As it turned out this lad was about as much use as an aqualung to a trout, and had an entitled attitude the size of a mid-ranged African country. On the journey down in the truck, he was boasting as to how he was ”a really good sound engineer” already and that β€œhe could probably show us a few tricks.”

Oh, really?

We get to

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I work for a Japanese company. I invited some of the Japanese expat engineers over for Christmas with my family. We had a blast!
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Two Mercenary Engineers
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Math teacher to engineer?

Hello, I don’t know if this is the right place or not. Currently I’m a high school math teacher and I’m thinking about switching careers to engineering. I do not have an engineering degree but I do have a comprehensive mathematics degree and if I went back to school I could get my civil engineering degree in a year online. I noticed there is a transportation engineering technician job in my area that I qualify for and would be a great way to get my foot in the door before I commit to classes. The reason I want to leave teaching is for the complete lack of respect from students, parents and administration. I have some horror stories of being cursed out, sexually harassed, and hit by students. When I tell administrators what happen they respond with boys will be boys mentality. I’m younger so if I switch careers it’s not going to be a setback. Do you have any advice for me wanting to switch careers? Is there anything I could be studying for the technician job to look better when applyi

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A complete computer science study plan to become a software engineer

A multi-month study plan for going from web developer (self-taught, no CS degree) to software engineer for a large company.

https://github.com/jwasham/coding-interview-university

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GGGPlz, for 3.10, could you reverse engineer those nice mayan automatic doors they had back in the days?

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Why are American engineers paid so much more than their European & Asian counterparts?

I know salaries are just generally higher in the US across industries, but I'm sure there are other good reasons for this, too. And I guess the followup is, is the nearly 1.5 - 2x wage inflation for engineers sustainable in an increasingly globalized economy? It's more of an economics questions than an engineering one, I know, I'm just curious as to your thoughts.

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Trolls, I started dating a great guy. Mexican immigrant, small business owner, engineer, kitten foster parent, spends every weekend in nature, treats me like a human, no sex until we know each other more. Last night he revealed he’s Republican, and it does not compute. What do I dooo?!
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An engineer dies and is sent to hell

He's hot and miserable, so he decides to take action. The A/C has been busted for a long time, so he fixes it. Things cool down quickly. The moving walkway motor jammed, so he un-jams it. People can get from place to place more easily. The TV was grainy and unclear, so he fixes the connection to the Satellite dish and now they get hundreds of high def channels.

One day, God decides to look down on Hell to see how his grand design is working out and notices that everyone is happy and enjoying umbrella drinks. He asks the Devil what's up?

The Devil says, "Things are great down here since you sent us an engineer."

"What?" says God. "An engineer? I didn't send you one of those. That must have been a mistake. Send him upstairs immediately."

The Devil responds, "No way. We want to keep our engineer. We like him."

God demands, "If you don't send him to me immediately, I'll sue!"

The Devil laughs. "Where are YOU going to get a lawyer?"

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A small question from a non engineer

Hey guys. I didn't know where to ask this, so I thought I would give it a shot here. I have a question about a mechanism. A vertically expanding and getting back in shortened length form of metal "arm". Like a telescopic baton. But is there a mechanism that has a name, which does this or something I can look into ? I really hope this explains it.

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8 years experience and I regret being an engineer

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Just realized how beautifully complex our highways are. A lot of smart engineers, mathmeticians, planners, etc. made this masterpiece.
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An engineer was crossing a road one day when a frog called out to her and said, β€œIf you kiss me, I’ll turn into a handsome prince.”

She bent over, picked up the frog and put it in her pocket. The frog spoke up again and said, β€œIf you kiss me and turn me back into a handsome prince, I will stay with you for one week.” The engineer took the frog out of her pocket, smiled at it and returned it to the pocket. The frog then cried out, β€œIf you kiss me and turn me back into a prince, I’ll be your devoted boyfriend.” Again the engineer took the frog out, smiled at it and put it back into her pocket. Finally, the frog asked, β€œWhat is the matter? I’ve told you I’m a handsome prince, and that I’ll be your devoted boyfriend. Why won’t you kiss me?” The engineer said, β€œLook, I’m an engineer. I don’t have time for a boyfriend, but a talking frog……that’s cool.”

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343 on Slipspace engine: β€œWe had to create an engine that was more powerful for next-generation development, but also more nimble, so the creatives and engineers are able to work more easily and iterate faster" gamespot.com/articles/hal…
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2/4 Australian Field Workshop Engineers blow up an abandoned PanzerjΓ€ger I with demolition charges near Tobruk in 1942
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PRA Engineers - do/did you like your job?

I'm thinking about switching roles from a plant engineer at a nuclear power plant to a Probablistic Risk Assessment (PRA) Engineer at a PRA firm and am hoping to get some advice on if it's a smart career move. My current position as a plant engineer is very fun. New and interesting problems every day. Always look forward to going to work. Always trying to improve equipment reliability. I've found that most plant engineers feel the same way.

My question is, do PRA Engineers find the same job satisfaction in their work? It seems like most of them are younger, suggesting there's a pretty high turnover, and, I'm guessing, low job satisfaction.

I just want to make sure I'm not switching into a role that most people burn out in.

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My son seems to be a budding little engineer, how do I help foster it?

He’s 12, instead of laying in his bed watching YouTube or playing video games at 9:47 on Monday night, he’s on the kitchen floor testing out a little motorized race car he just made from scratch.

He’s not great at focusing in school on things that he’s not interested in, but he will spend hours tinkering with this sort of thing.

His room isn’t that big, but we do have some space and other parts of the house, I’m wondering how I can maximize his space and what sort of materials and tools I can buy him to let this interest blossom.

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Amazon engineer says Ring should be 'shut down immediately' over privacy concerns businessinsider.com/amazo…
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My engineer thinks differently to what I'd expect v.redd.it/e47rb5wmy4l41
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NASA shows it’s lost confidence in Boeing’s ability to police its own work on Starliner space capsule: The space agency will embed software experts alongside Boeing’s engineers to increase oversight washingtonpost.com/techno…
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Mixing/Mastering Engineers, what do you do when a client sends you a poorly recorded song?

I have a specific client who consistently sends me poorly recorded acoustic songs to mix/master for him. The songs are always sent to me in a state where even if I made the best mix possible, it would still end up sounding like garbage. This is due to:

  • Guitar/vocals being out of time
  • Guitar strings being SLAPPED (rough playing)
  • Vocals out of tune
  • Vocals literally being wrong (wrong lyrics, stumbling over words)

My question is, should I be seeking to fix all these issues for the client? I have no problem doing some Melodyne for vocals, but chopping the audio so that everything is in time is extremely time consuming. I spend most of my time fixing his recordings to make everything sound as perfect as I can before I can even start the mixing process. Logically, I feel like I'm doing way too much for this client; but realistically, I feel like the blame would be on me if I sent him a final mix that has so many flaws.

I've told him countless times that the better his recordings

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The lady who tried to social engineer a print job

Here’s a fun one from the time I was a student tech at $University.

This particular story happens while I was working a late night Friday shift alone at the student help desk. These shifts were great because nothing really ever happened - I’d just play Fallout 3 or whatever and help maybe one person the entire 4 hour shift.

Well, sometimes you don’t always get a great one person to help.

The computer lab was pretty much empty. Two students and one older lady (probably in her 50’s or 60’s) who I haven’t seen here before. This set off some bells because this is a student-only lab, but alumni can buy annual access, so I left well enough alone. But sure enough, she eventually walks in.

Lady: I’d like to print something.
Me: Sure thing, did you send it to (School)Print yet?
Lady: Yeah, but my card isn’t working when I swipe.
Me: Oh that’s no problem, just sign in over here and we can kick it off remotely.
Lady: Oh, well...it’s my son’s account, and you know...smiles.

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How to fit in as a young engineer with co-workers in a mill/manufacturing environment?

I'm a 24 year old mechanical engineer working in a mill environment. I'm finding it hard to find common ground/make friends with my co-workers here at the mill.

I find the majority of my co-workers are 55+ years old. Their interests are typically guns, hunting, fishing, mudding, blowing money on trucks they can't afford, drinking, donald trump, and complaining about their wives.

I on the other hand am basically everything these people hate. I drive a fuel efficient foreign car, vote democrat/libertarian, good with computers, enjoy video games, cooking, working out, traveling, photography, and reddit.

What's the secret to getting along and making friends when there's obviously a huge generational gap? I don't know a damn thing about guns or hunting, and the same is true for them if I talk about video games or reddit.

I believe i'm liked by my co-workers, but often time's i'm left out in conversations because I share no common interests. I feel this will eventually lead to lost oppor

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In Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), as the submarine is sinking, Audrey shuts off a flooding section as some engineers jump for their lives. One of them is left behind. v.redd.it/cv3ht0af5jf41
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Python for Network Engineers, free course, starts Tuesday, March 3rd

Periodically, I run a free course on Python for Network Engineers. The next course starts this Tuesday.

This course is aimed at Network Engineers that want to learn Python. It covers Python fundamentals, but using exercises and examples that are more relevant to network engineers. That being said the course is definitely oriented towards beginners (from a Python programming perspective).

The week-by-week schedule for the course is as follows:

Week1 - Why Python, the Python Interpreter Shell, and Strings
Week2 - Numbers, Files, Lists, and Linters
Week3 - Conditionals and Loops
Week4 - Dictionaries, Exceptions, and Regular Expressions
Week5 - Functions and the Python Debugger
Week6 - Netmiko Basics
Week7 - Jinja2 Basics, Introduction to YAML and JSON, Complex Data Structures
Week8 - Libraries, Package Installation, and Virtual Environments

The course is taught using Python3.

The course format is a lesson a week for eight weeks. The lessons are all delivered via emai

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Engineers who work in manufacturing: How have you used python to improve processes/ optimize systems?
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Engineering companies are really missing out on great engineering graduates by wanting experienced engineers

^i ^mean ^I’m ^a ^god ^at ^drawing ^free ^body ^diagrams ^of ^2D ^single ^load ^systems ^smh

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Tim Berners-Lee, the British engineer credited with inventing the World Wide Web in 1989, unveils plan to save the internet. His plan aims to halt abuse of the internet by governments, companies and individuals and addresses problems like misinformation, data surveillance and censorship. dw.com/en/web-inventor-ti…
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Virgin Architect vs Chad Civil Engineer
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Engineer: can you dont
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Oregon Tried To Silence This Engineer's Red Light Camera Research. Now Experts Say He Was Right All Along reason.com/2020/03/02/ore…
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What skills do employers expect from an entry-level software engineer?

Do employers expect entry-level SWE’s to be great at DS and A, design patterns, OOP, etc? I’d love some advice. Graduating with a CS degree in May

Also, when do graduates usually start looking for post-grad entry-level jobs?? Is now too soon?

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tf2 engineer real
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Remember those two GM engineers that were arrested for street racing pre-production Corvette C8s two weeks ago? At least one of them was fired.

I don't want to violate any of Reddit's doxxing rules, so I'm not going to post anything here, but this information is easy to find if you Google it.

One of men has updated his LinkedIn saying that he no longer works for General Motors and is searching for a new job. The other man has deleted his LinkedIn and other social media sites, but he's probably no longer working for GM either.

Why did so many people think that anything else would happen?

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Dealing with over confidence in new engineers. New grads that are 3 weeks into the job.

I just recently moved into a tech lead position and I am struggling with some of the newer personnel. We have 1 or 2 newly graduated engineers that are very enthusiastic to dive in but from my perspective, they are lacking in some key specialized skills. This is completely expected with anyone new coming in. In general we dont expect much productivity out of new grads for 6-12 months until they understand our tools, methods and projects. I have been working with them on training and providing them with reading materials to start filling the gaps. Right now, I am working to send them to some developmental courses to help fill these gaps as well. Overall with the new guys, I am facing 2 major problems.

  1. They are clearly skimming materials and are not taking the time to try to comprehend. Ex. Asking for more material to read 1 day after being given approximately 400 pages of technical material regarding a topic I know they are not familiar with (specifics of aerospace design).

2

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engineer gaming
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Happy Valentine's day, fellow engineers!
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Class main stereotype ep1 : engineer
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Tim Boyle, Veteran Recording Engineer and Scoring Mixer, Dies at 71 - Worked On Over 300 Films, Including 'The Sandlot', 'Bill & Ted', 'Starship Troopers', 'Team America', 'South Park', 'Johnny Mnemonic' hollywoodreporter.com/new…
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Engineers VS Technicians

In what seems like a lifetime ago, when I first got out of the Military, I started a job with a thermocouple manufacturer to work in the service department to work on instruments sold to companies that needed to monitor the temperature of equipment ranging from industrial machinery to fast food grills and deep friers. On my first day of work the head of the engineering department who would be my manager took me on a tour to meet the engineering folk and the manufacturing people.

Our cast is the bright eyed technician (me), Chuck the head of engineering and Dick an all too full of himself engineer.

Dick was troubleshooting units of a brand new design (his creation) that failed right off the assembly line. As Chuck and I walked up I could see Dick scratching his head. He had 3 oscilloscopes hooked up checking different points on the units motherboard.

Chuck introduced me to Dick who clearly looked down on me from the start. He didn't care much for military folk. Anyway here is

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The Story of the PS2’s Backwards Compatibility From the Engineer Who Built It medium.com/@freelansation…
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Senior Catch-22 Engineer
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Dependa doesn’t want to call herself a β€œDomestic Engineer” on her resume, other spouses offer these alternative β€œcareer” summaries from their actual resumes.
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Apple engineer killed in Tesla SUV crash on Silicon Valley freeway was playing videogame: NTSB marketwatch.com/story/app…
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Nomad’s who aren’t engineers/developers

Would like to hear from those who are nomadic that work in a field other than software development. Personally, I’m a banker. What do you do for work?

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Self-taught engineer who called himself β€œdaredevil” dies when his rocket crashed during attempt to prove Earth is flat azibase.com/2020/02/self-…
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Too much hype for becoming a software engineer only. What are the other best careers/jobs that you think a computer science student should consider?

All the time on this subreddit I see posts of advice and and questions that only relate to the specific career of software engineering/software development. I hear that studying computer science leads to a diverse array of jobs.

Yet from what I'm getting here, it seems like software engineering is the no-brainer choice for a computer science student such as myself to pursue, mainly because of pay. Besides....this is CScareerquestions, not necessarily softwareengineeringcareerquestions.

So, I'm curious,

  • What are some of the top careers outside of software engineering that a CS student should definitely consider pursuing?
  • Why should one pursue it? What are the pros and cons of it?
  • In what ways do you think it's better than SWE?
  • What is the typical job description or daily routine of the career?
  • How is the pay?
  • How does the job outlook and opportunities for it compare to software engineering currently? How will it compare say in the next 5-10 years?
  • If you are currently
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Got our wedding bands!! He's a mechanical engineer and I'm a computer engineer.
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FE/PE Study Group Discord for all engineers.

If anyone is interested in joining the FE/PE Discord study group, here's the link! We have Dr. Girum S. Urgessa who's a PE and the author of the PE/FE Civil Practice book in the server who will answer any PE/FE practice problems every night. We also have Zach Stone, PE who is the author of the Electrical Engineering Power PE review course is also in the server as well! Come join us for the group study, networking and socializing! Good luck.

https://discord.gg/J67ggJQ

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What are the benefits of being an engineer?
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