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Subject: off:Field focus question?
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 04:45:32 +0100
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can someone who has been in the similar position comment please :
I am considering making a career focus switch ,i.e. I am wondering whether
to go for a high Tech job which pays better but needs constant study or to
get into a more traditional field -a kind of routine project drafting job
which pays less but is more stable in demand. (although I could be replaced
by some expert system wizard software in the future).
i.)Hi Tec job opptions are :
1) get into a field my cousin is an established PhD. specialist in, by
a)doing exactly his stuff so I could lean on his knowledge?
or b)do stuff compatible with his in order to round both in a full product
ready for joint bussines we could start?
or 2)get with my own field? (which is not hot at all at the moment)
or 3)go through more school for MEMS which seems to me to be the next big
ii.)and low tech options are\
1)go for a a lo tech part of my field?
2)specialise in a field where a friend of mine can provide
plenty of work
to me ii.)/2) seems like an easiest way to make some money but it lacks the
challenge, freedom and serious money possibility of i.)1)b),
thanks for any input
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