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The best way to ensure a long, well-paying engineering career is to start out strong. Learning both hands-on and theoretical aspects of engineering can allow the student to become well rounded. I have been informed by engineering professors that their students who learned how to be hands on were faster and more productive to those who only learned engineering in theory. So learning to be both mathematically and scientifically efficient and hand- on experienced is very useful.
Contributed by John Copeland