Most young engineers want to be the boss one day, but don't know how to get there. Wouldn't it be nice to learn from someone who has jumped through all the hopes before? That's exactly why I picked Thomas's brain about what young engineers can do better to win in their early career.
Thomas is a mechanical engineer with over 10 years of professional experience. Beyond this, he mentors hundreds of young engineers through his Engineers, Students, and Recent Graduates Community, has his Competent Leader distinction as a Toastmaster, helps plan projects for Point Park University, gives engineering talks to colleges in the Pittsburgh area, and more. See more about Thomas A. Anderson here.
The video summary of our interview is below, where I ask Thomas questions regarding engineering career advice, Linkedin relationship building tips, his biggest career takeaways, and more.
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