• Question: What's exciting about being an engineer

    Asked by emily300608 to Alya, Andy, Craig, Eleanor, Emma, Holly, Kayleigh, Mark, Miriam, Olivia, Omar, Priyanka, Rach, Rhys on 10 Nov 2017.
    • Photo: Emma Grayshon

      Emma Grayshon answered on 10 Nov 2017:


      That no project is ever the same. The problem is different, involves different people, reveals different constraints and requires a different solution. It keeps you on your toes!

    • Photo: Craig Allison

      Craig Allison answered on 10 Nov 2017:


      Have to agree with Emma, the variety is great for keeping you interested and interested.

      Theres also the sense of achievement when something works out or a project that you had a big part in is successful.

    • Photo: Omar Mustufvi

      Omar Mustufvi answered on 11 Nov 2017:


      Working with people, in a team, solving difficult problems that will result in a finished product (in my case a car) rolling off the production line in a few years. Also to mirror what the others have said no two days are ever the same!

    • Photo: Kayleigh Messer

      Kayleigh Messer answered on 13 Nov 2017:


      Problem solving, investigating issues, working with different people as part of a team.

      I work in F1, so also great to see the final result of everyone’s hard work competing every other weekend!

    • Photo: Eleanor Sherwen

      Eleanor Sherwen answered on 14 Nov 2017:


      You get to play with cool stuff! On Thursday I’m off to do some testing in an anechoic chamber, they deaden all reflected noise. I’ve never been in one yet and they’re supposed to be very surreal.I love getting to test ride new bikes, and getting to prod around supplier factories, and just indulge my curiosity.

    • Photo: Rhys Phillips

      Rhys Phillips answered on 15 Nov 2017:


      Getting to work on real life problems. Getting to work on things that loads of people will use or be affected by. Helping to make the world a better place.

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