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Message No. 24967, Started by RubenCarner on 06/24/20

Hello

I am in my first job out of school as a mechanical design engineer and was hired on a 1 year contract with the opportunity to stay on permanently afterwards, I have done design at my other jobs but this is my first product design position. All the other engineers here have a really extreme attention to detail relating to modeling and drawing practices that I can not keep up with very easily. That along with other reasons has caused me to not be offered a permanent position. Is this something that is required from design engineers in general? All of the design work I have done in the past I have had a close eye on detail but this place seems like it is on a different level. I want to make sure that design is a good fit for me at my next job and maintaining this level of scrutiny is very draining.

Thank you !

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