The atmosphere at work is fantastic. It is very relaxed, and you are able to do what you need to do as long as you get your job done. However, do not be surprised if you are asked to work late hours to meet a deadline.
I think we're seeing, in America right now, we're right in a time of innovation and this technological explosion that's getting ready to happen.
Morgan Smith is a 24-year-old mechanical engineer with a Bachelor of Science degree from West Virginia University Institute of Technology. Morgan's duties at work include making ice cream molds and brake calipers for local shops and the US Navy, respectively.
Right now we are facing supply chain issues.
10 years from now, I see us nowhere near where we are right now. We're going to expand drastically, very quickly.
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What is it like to be a an advanced manufacturing engineer? In this Career Q&A video interview, Morgan Smith talks about his career path, what he does on the job, and the keys to success in advanced manufacturing. He also offers candid advice on breaking into the profession as well as insight into the industry’s biggest challenges and how the field may change in the next ten years.
Length: 16 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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