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Old   August 20, 2008, 14:11
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Graduated from me first degree last year, i've been trying to get a graduate or trainee role in aerodynamics, be it experimental or computational. It has been difficult as most jobs require experience and computer skills that I don't have. I'd love to do a MSc or PhD but I have financial reason that I have to settle with a job recently. I don't want to give up just yet. It's aerodynamics I want to do for a career. Understand that I don't stand much chance in getting an aero job, I wonder if anyone would be so kind to point me to the direction where I can get some exposure from the industry. I am willing to take part in any project on a part time basis. I don't even care if I'll get paid as long as I learn. Help anyone please? Cheers.
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Old   August 21, 2008, 16:52
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Perhaps you can try your luck in scandinavian countries for a while, they have dauntingly high taxes and yet almost 0% unemployment rate, employers are hard pressed to find skilled manpower and not many people are willing to move there but if you can cut it there for a few years you'd achieved your goal of getting experience in Aerodynamics.
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