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Engineering, for instance. Many of those jobs require a PE license and those are hard to come by without an Engineering (not Engineering Technology or Engineering Science) Degree. But procedure writing, inspecting and other good jobs can be had without a degree of any nature... even supervision.
Most utilities have a college tuition payback program if you take certain classes and work toward a degree (assuming you are not doing so much overtime that you don't have time for class.)
Has anybody here ever worked at a research reactor before?
Sorry, I wasn't very specific. How do you go about getting a job at a college campus reactor. Here at OSU it seems that HR is unaware there is a reactor on campus. I'm considering just going into the Nuclear Engineering office with a resume and asking them. Ultimately, getting my degree is more important to me than getting a job on campus, but it would be nice to make some money while getting more experience in an engineering field.
If you're talking about Oregon State University
Reread - clearly said Ohio State, not Oklahoma, not Oregon!
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