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9/20/2012 01:03 PM EDT
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Tiger Joe
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Tiger Joe   9/25/2012 2:53:53 PM
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NASA is hardly in the cellar. The Manned Spaceflight is only a part of what NASA does. Fortunately engineers are not a sell-out to the media and realize many of the science/exploratory missions are really cool stuff. We only need to look at the MSL Mars Curiosity - someone even went a far as making a rap video - check it out on Youtube.

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junko.yoshida   9/25/2012 3:08:00 PM
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Universum did not do the survey either in Korea or in Taiwan. Oh, well.

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novemberstorm   10/15/2012 1:33:06 AM
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Air Force? Really!!!? I was an engineer for the Air Force for 15 years and I can say without a doubt that the Air Force has no clue how to employ, engage, manage or utilize engineering talent. Maybe the engineers surveyed were commenting about being a cleared defense contractor for the Air Force.

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fundamentals   3/14/2013 3:52:09 PM
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The results of this survey is a reflection of its international nature first. To a lesser degree it is also a reflection of the diverse backgrounds of the engineering schools these kids are coming from. I am willing to bet that if you only survey the very best in the World, say those who are graduating in engineering from Caltech, MIT, Stanford, and Berkeley, the results will show a much larger preference for startup companies!

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