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      12-08-2019, 05:23 AM   #182
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Originally Posted by fastboatster View Post
Well, I'm just in a wrong area, or Bay Area to be exact. Not sure if there are too many good software engineer jobs outside the expensive urban centers such as SF or maybe an NYC. But I also was trained as a chemist, so maybe managing something on a chemical plant could be the ticket, Idk.
Yeah.....I could see how that degree would lock you into a specific area where those companies are.... and you are in a much higher priced living area than I am.

A lot of companies in this area run "thin clients" and are using Terminal Services for all their needs such as SAP. I imagine you would do well in one of those environments, or got involved in stuff like ERP software setup.

I'm an Electrical Engineer and specialize in automation. So that gives me the flexibility of working in almost any field that has automated processes.
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