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What are the disadvantages of: civil engineering OR becoming a civil engineer? View All


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Homer simpson
Many civil engineers work as consultants. As a consultant, you do not
always have a defined scope of work and your workload (as well as
income) fluctuates


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Jonathan Bello
It depends, you would most likely be outside cold or hot days. To supervise and see the progress of the work.

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Haseeb Jamal
a) The pay is not that great considering the amount of education you have to get;

b) Depending on the type of work you want to do, you may have to move frequently (if you're working on a construction site you have to go where the construction is; and

c) It takes a long time to learn what you need to know!


7 years ago

Source: http://www.aboutcivil.com/answers/civil-engineering/What-are-the-main-drawbacks-of-being-a-civil-engineer?-|87


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