Originally Posted by Letsrunem8
I have passed calculus II, but that was the furthest I went since no additional math was needed for my major.
Engineering IMO is definitely on the rise, and the jobs are there. Another reason why I want to get into it.
I did what it sounds*
like you might be doing when I was in college - I tried to assemble all of these credentials based on data I was reading/hearing about. I tried to game it all out. "these people are hiring these people and if I have this then I can get that"
In short, it no workie like that in my experience.
Therefore, I can't recommend enough: if you haven't had a career-type job then get one immediately. Find out what you like doing, find out who you like working with, find out if you're a strategist (what if we sold something like ...) or an operator (here's how we make that process faster ...).
once you know who YOU are as an employee, then return to school if you want too.
*ignore all of this if I'm speaking out of line