a speaker in my university once told me an engineering degree is valuable in almost any field is that true?
I think so. Most engineers are natural problem solvers and it’s a generally respected profession. Problem-solving skills are valuable in just about any field.
An engineering degree means you’ve been through a process designed to hone problem solving and critical thinking skills, as well as teaching you the meaning of professional responsibility. A big part of what engineering school does is teach you to learn effectively – what you learn in school is the background, your real education begins on your first day of work.
Engineering graduates are well suited for a variety of other field because of this. They are critical thinkers who can readily learn new skills and assimilate new knowledge.
ENGINEER ONLY SUITABLE TO WORK ON ONLY THE RELATED FIELD.