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Additional Factors Affecting Your Career

One way to assess career opportunities is to look at the size and kind of company you want to work for. In a small organization you may have several responsibilities. Restricted capital resources and the small number of employees are often balanced by the speed with which decisions can be made and by the impact of individual ideas or abilities.

In a large corporation, virtually all categories of positions are found, and there is a greater opportunity to specialize in a given area of interest. Large corporations tend to offer a larger number of training programs, greater stability, and more capital and equipment support. Larger companies tend to move more slowly than smaller companies.

Employment opportunities and career paths are affected by changes in the economy and political shifts within society. The engineering profession, like other occupations, is affected by the balance of trade, defense policies, import-export restric- tions, and investment tax policies. The quality and quantity of engineering practiced elsewhere in the world may alter the demand for your own expertise-favorably or unfavorably. As you plan your career, keep in mind that opportunities may change with the times.

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