Manufacturing Engineer Advice

Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Manufacturing Engineer in Minneapolis:
"Problem Solving."
Know how to learn and to problem solve.

Manufacturing Engineer in Gallatin:
"Brainstorming ideas, implementing solutions to problems."
Pros: Work environment, communication methods, and resources.
Cons: Not holding people accountable for their actions.

Manufacturing Engineer in Westfield:
"Give NX a chance."
Give NX Unigraphics a chance. It's a very difficult program to learn, but can do many many great things.

Manufacturing Engineer in Dallas:
"So-So."
Pros: The people, the technical challenge of what we build.
Cons: Lack of accountability for nonperformers, benefits aren't great.

Manufacturing Engineer in Carbondale:
"Fast paced, safe environment."
Pros: My job is fairly secure and I enjoy the people I work with as well as the experiences.
Cons: Automotive manufacturing is very stressful.

Manufacturing Engineer in Auburn Hills:
"Exceed my expectation."
Pros: They care about people.
Cons:

Manufacturing Engineer in Windom:
"Work Hard."
Work hard and try to do an internship with some company. Document all you do so you can talk about it in interviews.