Forbes: Seeking A Career In Science, Engineering Or Technology? Cultivate These 3 Key Skills

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Essentium’s Head of R&D for Materials and co-founder Brandon Sweeney is featured in this Forbes article as an inspiring thought leader sharing insights into the path towards being a materials engineer, and how they can create exceptional value once qualified.

What’s most useful for scientists, technology workers and engineers who are looking to make a career impact right now? How can you be more self-sufficient in your approach to your career in a data-driven field? Learn about three key skills that are needed, now more than ever.

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