Re: Skills vs education (was: Senior technical writer?)
Because you are arguing that another country's professionals
are not "real professionals" because they don't meet the
standards of yours. In the US engineering *is* a profession,
and the vast majority of US engineers are considered
"professionals" (last figure I heard, about 2,000,000) and
employed as such without the need to be "Licensed
My father is a retired engineer (civil, mechanical, structural) and had to
be licensed in each state that he worked in. This gave him the option of
adding P. E. after his name, though I don't remember him ever doing that.
He's a modest kind of guy.
suzchiles -at- gmail -dot- com
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