How Did You Come to Your Job?

March 6, 2009
Editor-In-Chief Walt Boyes says he came to his automation career through the back door - and so did I. Unlike other professions such as law and medicine, engineers in general and automation folks in particular often come to their jobs via circuitous routes. How do you find your way to a job in automation?
Editor-In-Chief Walt Boyes says he came to his automation career through the back door - and so did I. Unlike other professions such as law and medicine, engineers in general and automation folks in particular often come to their jobs via circuitous routes. How do you find your way to a job in automation?

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