5 responses to “Technician or Project Manager?”

  1. » Technician or a Project Manager? | Engineer Blogs Neibling.net

    […] Technician or a Project Manager? | Engineer Blogs. Leave a Comment by Matt on January 20, 2012  •  Permalink Posted in Uncategorized […]


    Me complace escuchar las tribulaciones del ingeniero, mas piensa que estamos iniciando el año 21012 y tenemos que dejar una huella en el camino.



  3. Weekend Journal — Engineering (Business) Travel | Engineer Blogs

    […] Design engineers aren’t made to travel. We have quirky needs, lots to do back at the lab and massive amounts of baggage (take that one how you want to). However, sometimes the need arises to get off your butt and go see a customer. Other times it’s a supplier. And sometimes you need to go simply because the boss tells you to. […]

  4. Doctors, Engineers, & Paperwork « Design. Build. Play.

    […] paperwork and administration.” Only 10 hours? I spend 10 hours in meetings. I probably spend 80% of my working hours on project management type of work rather than actual […]

  5. PM Hut


    I think you should cherish the fact that you are given project management tasks in your current work. This will give you the necessary PM experience in case you ever decide to move in that career path. Also, you will be able to apply for the PMP which is a very hot PM credential with a huge demand in the current job market.