In a discussion on Google+, Daniel Lemire argues that engineers end up essentially being accountants.
Engineering, at least how it is practiced in North America, is hardly very exciting. … By the time you have your degree, you have 5–10 years to go before, if you have any ambition, you end up a manager of some kind, doing more or less what your friends who went into accounting do. … No, you don’t get to build anything, technicians do that … you only approve their expense reports … "
It's true to some extent. Unless one keeps it in mind, Admin and document filling can drawn one.
what are your thoughts?
Via endeavor blog