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Re: “State engineer files complaint against group that challenged traffic study

ct wrote: "Most electrical engineers already ignore it, except for those who work in for the utilities and those who design electrical distributions for buildings. Virtually all "software engineers" ignore it."

This cheapens the hard work many of us have done to become licensed. We had to work under a licensed engineer for four years, and then take 2 tests, each lasting all day. Plus we have to take courses every year to maintain professional competency. We subscribe to a code of ethics. By the way, I'm an electrical engineer. I'm licensed in 14 states and have been licensed (proudly) in NC since 1981. My licensing has made it possible to make a good living and remain employed through the recession. By the way, utility engineers were exempt back when I got licensed. I decided it would be good "insurance" to get licensed. I was right.

Posted by jdag on 02/07/2011 at 6:57 PM

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