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From: "Harry Dellamano"
Subject: Re: Cutting corners?
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Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 15:35:47 GMT
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"it" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> Hello everyone,
> I read the posted salary survey and it indicates that only the good
> engineers are rewarded by getting promoted to management thus getting a
> higher salary. If the incentive for good work is money through management
> than I am wondering perhaps there is another route for engineers to
> - It seems to me in order to become a Design engineering manager you need
> get a PhD nowadays, much harder than getting an MBA and becoming business
> finance manager, so why not cut corners to better income ?
> (design is not so great anyway when you hit deadlines or lose track of
> current stuff)
> - Can some of the pros let me in what becomes most important with
> experience, age and family ( right now I love design puzzles, being around
> smart people and doing teamwork but I suppose as I mature my views on
> are going to change?)
> Hope for advice
We have some top people on this NG and it would be interesting to find out
how much time they spend on an average week studying and working their
craft. I'd bet it would not be 40 but closer to 80 hours. So, forget about
mowing the lawn and doing other things for awhile and start studying and
designing electronics. Work for a company in R+D, not worrying about salary
only learning, change companies every two years and cultivate middle mangers
because they will be important to your future.
Then become a consultant.
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