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Electronics Technology Roundtable: STEM & the SMT Workforce of the Future

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michaelmaloney
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Passion or mission?
michaelmaloney   3/27/2019 11:51:51 PM
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The future generations need to know exactly what to expect in the future so as to secure a safe spot in the industries. They cannot simply choose to chase their dreams and let the important aspects of the business world be handled by outsiders. If they want such an undesirable situation to hit them, then they'd better just be sitting around considering just their passion alone.

MarkSindone
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Do the dirty work
MarkSindone   3/29/2019 6:40:31 AM
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The world needs more engineers to make things go around right? We're going to need someone to do all those calculations and figure out whether our crazy dreams are actually feasible in the end or not. We can imagine the most fantastical theories, but we need someone to make it all into a reality, and that's where all these STEM guys are going to come in, isn't it?



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