In this episode, I talk to Luke Turko, P.E., the Director of Geotechnical Services for Navarro & Wright Consulting Engineers, Inc (also known as N&W), about how you can make the most out of opportunities that present themselves to you in your engineering career.
This is a guest blog by Drew Allen
In today’s competitive job market, the more experience and education you have, the better. However, if you’re an engineer and wondering whether furthering your education is the right choice, there are a few things you need to consider. Below, we’ll review both the cost and benefit of earning your master’s degree in engineering. As with any major decision, it’s always better to weigh the pros and cons. And when it comes to getting your master’s in engineering, you want to know you’re making the right decision because there is a significant amount of time, not to mention costs, invested that are associated with taking on this higher education level.
Pro: More Opportunities
In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk to Tramone Smith, P.E., BCEE, MSCE from WGK in Mississippi, about his path to partnership in his firm. Tramone is a really unique professional in that he had one goal only in his career, which had absolutely nothing to do with partnership or ownership in the firm, but it ended up getting him there and helped him to rise above his expectations.