Originally Posted by swpthleg
What kind of a degree or degrees did you have to have to get into that field?
I actually had a BS in Mechanical Engineering and when I decided to get into process automation I went back to college and got a BS in Electro-Mechanical Engineering. But I was very lucky
and got some early experience in the pharmaceutical industry which lead me to what I do now.
Originally Posted by Darkwraith
Damn, that makes you sound smart or something...
LOL at my smartness. I am very fortunate to have landed in this field. There had to have been angels guiding me out of a misspent adolescence.
Working in that industry I run into very smart people every day and it takes alot of them to make the products they make. I realize when I see these people dedicating themselves so wholly to making a product that helps others live that I am lucky to be even just a small part of something like that. Its very humbling.