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Industrial Engineer
Industrial Engineer #1134


Pathway:
Engineering, Industrial and Technological Sciences

Challenges:
 Challenge No. 1

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Industrial Engineer #1134

As a child, this industrial engineer could be found taking things apart and putting them back together. Today, he helps a large Iowa manufacturer effectively put together its products on an assembly line. He says he chose industrial engineering because it allows him to spend a lot of time working with people.

His advice for students interested in engineering? Take a full schedule of math and science! As tempting as it may be, don't take an easy schedule in high school. This will develop time management skills and the work ethic needed in college and on the job.

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