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Question: What is the hardest thing about being an engineer
Asked by 875metd39 to Alex, Antonio, Christina, Martin, Nicola on 17 Nov 2015.
answered on 17 Nov 2015:
It depends on the job. In biomed devicedesign the most difficult part is ensuring your product is safe for use in humans!
answered on 18 Nov 2015:
I think the toughest thing for me is the uncertainty. Sometimes you work so hard on something but you’re not sure that it will work – so it can be tense as you try to make something thats good enough.
answered on 19 Nov 2015:
Hardest thing for me is the paperwork. But the actual engineering is always great! 🙂
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