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"Quite a number of current jobs are predicted to be gone within the next 15 to 30 years."
"Engineering is such a great foundation no matter where your career may take you."
"If I didn’t do a PhD in materials engineering, I doubt I would be in the job I am now"
"It gave me an opportunity to work in the mining industry, and showed me the way to be an engineer."
"The graduate process engineering role at Alcoa has provided me with the opportunity to use the analytical skills developed at Monash."
"Be enthusiastic in the interview process, and get involved in groups or societies like MatES - it gives you more experience you can draw on in the interview."
"Graduates of Monash materials engineering fill a niche role in the market that few others can."
"Being able to communicate effectively and clearly is one of the most important skills you need in the industry."
"Take the time to understand the day-to-day work of the jobs you’re looking into and find if it interests you."
"I figured that receiving qualifications from the two well-regarded universities would give me the flexibility to stay in Australia or go back to China."
"I discovered that gathering knowledge, technical skills and new ideas added colour to my life."
"Femgineers gives the 200+ female Engineering postgraduates at Monash a place to get to know each other, share stories and strategies."
"I solve technical problems for the Navy. Mainly ones related to warship corrosion failure analysis and remediation."
"It doesn't matter if it’s the person sitting next to you or some almighty CEO or world leader in your field. Push boundaries. Give your idea a shot."
"Moving into research in the Cold Spray team has enabled me to work mostly on commercial projects...including tackling manufacturing problems faced in Australia."