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Invest in the future by investing in young engineers

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8/29/2012 04:37 PM EDT

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re: Invest in the future by investing in young engineers
cdhmanning   9/8/2012 12:28:08 AM
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Wow what a downer! I'm 50 and have been in the industry for nearly 30 years. I'm still developing software and nobody is calling me a loser.

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Toyman2001   9/4/2012 8:53:25 PM
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However, they must move into management within 10 years. No matter how passonate they are about design, if they do not go into management tyhey are labeled losers. With all the US companies outsourcing these days, i would encourage young people to go into a different field.

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