ENGINEERS UNLIMITED by Harry Edward Neal

ENGINEERS UNLIMITED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Training in the field of engineering comes closer to guaranteeing a young man a job than perhaps any other profession he could choose. This is tangential to most areas of life from the making of egg beaters to the manufacture of interballistic missiles. Here is a common sensical survey of the engineering field which indicates to the young reader the various avenues he may take in selecting a career as engineer. A helpful and sound text, but only recommended to boys or girls who may have some professional interest in the field.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1960
Publisher: Messner