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I was a graduate student 12 years ago. Right now I
have a well deserved and satisfying job as a
Structural Engineer.

If you are good, no graduate student can rob what is
due to you.

Rajendran

--- GSKWY(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 1/6/2003 1:35:12 PM Eastern
> Standard Time, 
> rakamaka(--nospam--at)yahoo.com writes:
> 
> 
> > An experienced engineer can quickly browse
> drawings and calculations and be 
> > in a position to judge the adequacy of work
> performed under his direction. 
> > If he has worked on similar projects many times,
> he may not need more than 
> > 5% of total manhours to be satisfied with the end
> result.
> 
> Ah,  is this 5% number the result of your graduate
> research?   
> 
> Cheap graduate student labor is, by the way, what
> sometimes make it difficult 
> for engineers to get jobs with decent salaries. 
> Many college professors do 
> "consultancy work".  I wish you luck with getting a
> job though.
> 
> Gail S. Kelley
> 


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