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Subject:Re: what's an engineer From:Barb Philbrick <caslonsvcs -at- IBM -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 5 Jun 1997 14:25:38 GMT
>I don't know about California, where I presently work; but in my home state
>of Ohio; you do not have to be licensed/certified to be an engineer.
But you do have to be degreed. A law was enacted (or my former
employer found out about it) about 10 years ago. My employer had a
huge business card reprinting job! All of their salesmen were called
"sales engineers," and they all had to be retitled.
Barbara Philbrick, Caslon Services Inc.
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