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Any Engineer's want to answer some questions?

I am doing a paper for my Anthropology class and I need to write a paper/ethnography about engineers. Basically I need to ask the same questions to as many engineers so I can make a generalization about engineers as a whole. If anyone is willing to take some time out of their day to answer these questions, I would greatly appreciate it. Some of the questions might be kind of specific so if you don't want to answer them, you can skip them. Also, if you want to PM me your answers thats perfectly fine/prefered. Your identity will be kept confidential to everyone else and the answers will be deleted May 1st. Your identity won't even be mentioned in the paper.

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Q. What is your current age?
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Q. Male or Female?
A.

Q. How long have you been an engineer?
A.

Q. Would you consider yourself lower class, lower-middle class, middle class, middle-upper class, or upper class?
A.

Q. What is your ethnicity/background? (ex. Dutch, German, Italian, ect…)
A.

Q. What are your religious views? (ex. Catholic, ect..)
A.

Q. Republican or Democrat?
A.

Q. What is your discipline? (ex. Electrical, mechanical, ect…)
A.

Q. Why did you want to become an engineer?
A.

Q. Where would you rank yourself in your company in terms of importance?
A.

Q. If you work with other disciplines, is there an opinion/inside joke that one discipline is better than the others?
A.

Q. What schools did you attend? (college’s for degree)
A.

Q. Who influenced you to become an engineer?
A.

Q. What got you started?
A.

Q. What keeps you doing what your currently doing? (engineering related)
A.

Q. What is your family like if you have one? (Husband/Wife, kids)
A.

Q. What tools do you use during a typical work day?
A.

Q. What do you enjoy the most/least about engineering?
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Q. What is your overall career objective?
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Q. Do you see yourself working in engineering ten years from now, if not, what will you be doing?
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Q. What is your greatest engineering achievement?
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Q. Would you consider getting your engineering degree harder than actually being an engineer?
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Q. Describe your typical work day.
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Q. What is your current age?
A. 24

Q. Male or Female?
A. M

Q. How long have you been an engineer?
A. 4 yrs

Q. Would you consider yourself lower class, lower-middle class, middle class, middle-upper class, or upper class?
A. middle class

Q. What is your ethnicity/background? (ex. Dutch, German, Italian, ect…)
A. chinese, Taiwan

Q. What are your religious views? (ex. Catholic, ect..)
A. none

Q. Republican or Democrat?
A. republican

Q. What is your discipline? (ex. Electrical, mechanical, ect…)
A. mechanical

Q. Why did you want to become an engineer?
A. because i want to build guns

Q. Where would you rank yourself in your company in terms of importance?
A. 6-7, since if i mess up, lifes could be loss, hundred of thousons to millions of dollors could be lost.

Q. If you work with other disciplines, is there an opinion/inside joke that one discipline is better than the others?
A. engineering techology is a joke, they are for people who cant do calculus.
drafters call them self engineers. industral designers think they are the most importent engineering fuction (which they are not even doing real engineering)

Q. What schools did you attend? (college’s for degree)
A. CSULB, BSME

Q. Who influenced you to become an engineer?
A. no one

Q. What got you started?
A. during senior year high school when picking a major.

Q. What keeps you doing what your currently doing? (engineering related)
A. i dont really get the question, but my motivation for doing what i do is becuase of the money. im also nerdy in a way that i tend to get very techinical during conversation. i feel the need to understand how things work, and i like to take stuff apart to see the internal.

Q. What is your family like if you have one? (Husband/Wife, kids)
A. no family yet

Q. What tools do you use during a typical work day?
A. MS office. word, excel, powerpoint, porject. thats about it for my current job. my last job was the programs above MS access, solid works (3D modeling)

Q. What do you enjoy the most/least about engineering?
A. seeing the actual hardware that you design, build, manage is the most enjoyable part.
the least enjoyable part is all the paperwork that we need to do.

Q. What is your overall career objective?
A. start my own company that build stuff. (need to go back to school to figure it out. intrested in alternative energy, recycleing wast. regenerative power, automotive, weapons development.)

Q. Do you see yourself working in engineering ten years from now, if not, what will you be doing?
A. yes if i havent started my own company.

Q. What is your greatest engineering achievement?
A. nothing much, becaues engineering is more of a collective work of many engineers. together we achieve greatness. like the A380 plan, F-22, F-35 etc

Q. Would you consider getting your engineering degree harder than actually being an engineer?
A. yes, because there are many people who dont have the degrees can become an engineer. they dont even understand the basic concept of stress, MATL propertites, control calculations, thermo characteristics etc.

Q. Describe your typical work day.
A. paperwork all day long. getting this document sign, that document sign. this calcualtion review by so and so... lots of paper work. the typical hours distrubtion is 1 hour of engineering (calculation, design, testing) work with 7 hours of paper work (test reports, test interpertaions, presentations, time schedules, governemnt regulations, work documentations, etc).
those are what my typical work looks like.

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Q. What is your current age?
A.23

Q. Male or Female?
A.male

Q. How long have you been an engineer?
A.technically, I don't have a P.E. License (Passed my F.E. so I'm "Engineer in Training") so I'm not...graduated almost a year ago.

Q. Would you consider yourself lower class, lower-middle class, middle class, middle-upper class, or upper class?
A.I make enough to live comfortably and track motorcycle while I'm single...upper middle I have a fairly large amount of disposable income

Q. What is your ethnicity/background? (ex. Dutch, German, Italian, ect…)
A. white

Q. What are your religious views? (ex. Catholic, ect..)
A.apathetic

Q. Republican or Democrat?
A.neither

Q. What is your discipline? (ex. Electrical, mechanical, ect…)
A.Mechanical

Q. Why did you want to become an engineer?
A.only thing I'm good at really

Q. Where would you rank yourself in your company in terms of importance?
A. number of things that would get done without nc programming, drawings, and customer interaction .....=0.....pretty important for a small privately owned company.

Q. If you work with other disciplines, is there an opinion/inside joke that one discipline is better than the others?
A. everybody has heard the jokes as to why one disciple is better than all the others

Q. What schools did you attend? (college’s for degree)
A.Tennessee Technological University Cookeville, TN

Q. Who influenced you to become an engineer?
A.there are several engineers in my family

Q. What got you started?
A.Legos

Q. What keeps you doing what you're (your grammar needs work) currently doing? (engineering related)
A.Payday is nice

Q. What is your family like if you have one? (Husband/Wife, kids)
A.live alone with my motorcycles and bicycles

Q. What tools do you use during a typical work day?
A.mastercam, solidworks, excel, word, office, allen wrenches, press brake, cnc laser cutters

Q. What do you enjoy the most/least about engineering?
A. The power/responsibility to create (most). Dimensioning drawings (least)

Q. What is your overall career objective?
A.I'm not sure yet

Q. Do you see yourself working in engineering ten years from now, if not, what will you be doing?
A. I wouldn't be happy doing anything else

Q. What is your greatest engineering achievement?
A.FSAE race car

Q. Would you consider getting your engineering degree harder than actually being an engineer?
A.In a word yes. I believe that is the point....i.e. if you can do this..you can handle anything or you will know when to ask for help.

Q. Describe your typical work day.
A.In relative order- check with the production crew see what if anything they need today, email, phone calls, standard nc programming till lunch, after lunch more phone calls usually, afternoon is solid modeling/assemblies or more difficult cut jobs (odd widgets, rotary, or 5 axis).

you might add a question on what kind of work we do....I work for a laser cutting job shop...if it can be cut with a laser we do it..mostly flat plate cut and bent/welded to order. We also do laser welding and light fabrication. Obviously, the majority of my job is producing shop drawings and cnc coding.

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Q. What is your current age?
A. 28

Q. Male or Female?
A. M

Q. How long have you been an engineer?
A. 2yrs

Q. Would you consider yourself lower class, lower-middle class, middle class, middle-upper class, or upper class?
A. Middle class

Q. What is your ethnicity/background? (ex. Dutch, German, Italian, ect…)
A. Filipino

Q. What are your religious views? (ex. Catholic, ect..)
A. Christian

Q. Republican or Democrat?
A. Republican

Q. What is your discipline? (ex. Electrical, mechanical, ect…)
A. Computer Eng/Networking

Q. Why did you want to become an engineer?
A. Work with computers

Q. Where would you rank yourself in your company in terms of importance?
A. starting to middle rank

Q. If you work with other disciplines, is there an opinion/inside joke that one discipline is better than the others?
A. n/a

Q. What schools did you attend? (college’s for degree)
A. UCF

Q. Who influenced you to become an engineer?
A. A friend/mentor

Q. What got you started?
A. just went to school

Q. What keeps you doing what your currently doing? (engineering related)
A. Current advances in computer field are very interesting to me

Q. What is your family like if you have one? (Husband/Wife, kids)
A. Single, no kids

Q. What tools do you use during a typical work day?
A. 2 Laptops

Q. What do you enjoy the most/least about engineering?
A. Most: playing/building computers can be fun

Q. What is your overall career objective?
A. Be a Network Administrator for a big company

Q. Do you see yourself working in engineering ten years from now, if not, what will you be doing?
A. Yes. Also will have my own business

Q. What is your greatest engineering achievement?
A. still working on it...

Q. Would you consider getting your engineering degree harder than actually being an engineer?
A. yes

Q. Describe your typical work day.
A. Sitting in front of the computer most of the time. Troubleshooting pc's and helping other users.
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Q. What is your current age?
A. 26

Q. Male or Female?
A. M

Q. How long have you been an engineer?
A. 4

Q. Would you consider yourself lower class, lower-middle class, middle class, middle-upper class, or upper class?
A. middle class

Q. What is your ethnicity/background? (ex. Dutch, German, Italian, ect…)
A. Chinese

Q. What are your religious views? (ex. Catholic, ect..)
A. Atheist

Q. Republican or Democrat?
A. Republican

Q. What is your discipline? (ex. Electrical, mechanical, ect…)
A. Software

Q. Why did you want to become an engineer?
A. Good money

Q. Where would you rank yourself in your company in terms of importance?
A. 9

Q. If you work with other disciplines, is there an opinion/inside joke that one discipline is better than the others?
A. CIS is better than CS because CIS is more business related and will most likely manage people with CS major (which is BS of course)

Q. What schools did you attend? (college’s for degree)
A. UC Riverside

Q. Who influenced you to become an engineer?
A. Myself

Q. What got you started?
A. Playing CounterStrike on my computer

Q. What keeps you doing what your currently doing? (engineering related)
A. The challenge maybe.

Q. What is your family like if you have one? (Husband/Wife, kids)
A. no family

Q. What tools do you use during a typical work day?
A. MyEclipse, JBOSS, Linux, DB2, Oracle, MS Visio/word/outlook/excel

Q. What do you enjoy the most/least about engineering?
A. the money I make / basically working on the same crap usually (damn software cycles!)

Q. What is your overall career objective?
A. To be successful and innovative in the field

Q. Do you see yourself working in engineering ten years from now, if not, what will you be doing?
A. Professional Landscape photographer (I like outdoors)

Q. What is your greatest engineering achievement?
A. Helped bring in company revenue because of the software I implemented.

Q. Would you consider getting your engineering degree harder than actually being an engineer?
A. No.

Q. Describe your typical work day.
A. Meeting, designing, documenting, coding
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what about graduating with a BS in electronics engineering but working as a systems analyst (IT) instead?
No thanks, I kinda need engineer's who work in the field. Thanks though.


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Q. What is your current age?
A. 24

Q. Male or Female?
A. Male

Q. How long have you been an engineer?
A. 1 year

Q. Would you consider yourself lower class, lower-middle class, middle class, middle-upper class, or upper class?
A. Middle class

Q. What is your ethnicity/background? (ex. Dutch, German, Italian, ect…)
A. German/Irish

Q. What are your religious views? (ex. Catholic, ect..)
A. N/A

Q. Republican or Democrat?
A. N/A

Q. What is your discipline? (ex. Electrical, mechanical, ect…)
A. Mechanical

Q. Why did you want to become an engineer?
A. Love of machines and puzzles

Q. Where would you rank yourself in your company in terms of importance?
A. Up there (was first of new wave of engineers to join company)

Q. If you work with other disciplines, is there an opinion/inside joke that one discipline is better than the others?
A. Nope, we keep the jokes strictly personal

Q. What schools did you attend? (college’s for degree)
A. Montana State University - Bozeman

Q. Who influenced you to become an engineer?
A. Myself, I wrote in my 8th grade autobiography I would become a M.E., I even knew which school I wanted to go to then. And no, my parents didn't have any influence over my decision making, it was all me.

Q. What got you started?
A. RC cars and dirtbikes

Q. What keeps you doing what your currently doing? (engineering related)
A. Paychecks keep coming, keeps my brain busy, it's actually pretty fun.

Q. What is your family like if you have one? (Husband/Wife, kids)
A. Girlfriend of 3 years, no kids.

Q. What tools do you use during a typical work day?
A. SolidWorks, calculator, screwdriver, level, tape measure, pad of paper, pencils

Q. What do you enjoy the most/least about engineering?
A. New projects/Old projects

Q. What is your overall career objective?
A. To support myself/family, make an impact on my company.

Q. Do you see yourself working in engineering ten years from now, if not, what will you be doing?
A. YES, I couldn't do anything else, I'd get too bored... Unless it was pro racing of some sort.

Q. What is your greatest engineering achievement?
A. Completing my first big project on the job

Q. Would you consider getting your engineering degree harder than actually being an engineer?
A. Yes x 1,000,000

Q. Describe your typical work day.
A. CAD model manipulation, machine testing, aftermarket component selection, product designing. Oh and checking up on 600rr.net of course!

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o BTW im also FE certify not a PE yet

here is a little background. engineering are like other professions that have a techinical licences to be able to work on public jobs. think of it like the account with CPA, or lawers who pass the bar. for engineer its call a Professional Engineer (PE) with different disiplans. this licences is very importents for civil engineers as they have a grater responsibilites when it comes to buildings and civil structurs like bridgess. where every public structers need to have a PE's approval before it can be build. the PE in other disiplin is not as importent but a person with a PE can act as an expert witness in court and there are a certen persteage associate to the title just like a PhD. PE is accure by passing a state test. the licence issue from state to state is different.

the FE stands for fundemental engineering, or also known as the EIT that stands for engineer in training. this is first stage before obtaining a PE licence. its a standerise test that last 8 hours with 2 sections. this certifict is honer by all the states. once the licence is obtain. the EIT must work under a PE for 5 years before they can take their PE test. the EIT will need a PE to sponser them for them to be able to take the test. the average pass rate is different from year to year. but its usually about 40-60% of passing rate. not all engineering student, or enginner that work inthe field for 5+ years will take this exam. the acutal number of EIT vs engineer by trade is unknown.

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also majorty of mechinical engineer is dominate by male, with very little femals. while femals ratio in civil, electrical, computer, biometical, and chemical is much more. i think in my class year the femal only consist of 5% of the total ME population. someone did a study of this, and they determain the reason grils are less in enginnerig field in america, is not because they cant do it, or they are naturally bad at math. its because in schools, girls who are good at math are conseider smart, and often time too smart to a point where they are band nurdy so people dont want to be friends with them. as a result, those girls that are gifted in math start rejecting math inorder to have more normal friendship.

do some search, there is a news artical about this last year. so it may help.

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Thanks for the heads up, I'll have to do some searching about this. BTW, I'm going to school to be an electrical engineer. I was an electrical apprentice for 2 years so I know I like electricity, just don't want to do all the hard manual labor. Bending conduit and pulling wire 40 hours a week gets old.

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Thanks for the heads up, I'll have to do some searching about this. BTW, I'm going to school to be an electrical engineer. I was an electrical apprentice for 2 years so I know I like electricity, just don't want to do all the hard manual labor. Bending conduit and pulling wire 40 hours a week gets old.
EE is way different then regular bob the electrition. they figure out electronic boards, EMF, controls(exp cruze controls in cars), electric motors, electro mechinical intergrations (exp robotic arms, the same jobs apply for ME, we work side by side).

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EE is way different then regular bob the electrition. they figure out electronic boards, EMF, controls(exp cruze controls in cars), electric motors, electro mechinical intergrations (exp robotic arms, the same jobs apply for ME, we work side by side).
I know. I just know I like electrical stuff, just not being an electrician.

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