Industrial Engineer Engineering and Management Solutions at Work

September 2012    |    Volume: 44    |    Number: 9

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Students should start early to add activities and real-life experience to resumés 

By Gregory H. Watson

In addition to getting a good degree in industrial engineering, how else can you prepare to get a good job that helps set up a great career? Most of us recognize that earning a degree is just the beginning of developing competence. So graduating with a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering is just the starting point. While education helps to accelerate experience, it cannot replace experience.


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