Shane Lowney – The Value of Work Experience

Creating new things is often a difficult proposition. This is especially true when you are unsure about what you want to make. In fact, there are almost endless possibilities when it comes to the things you could create with the proper materials, time, and expertise. The average person could not build a rocket that could reach the atmosphere on their own. However, with the availability of information on the Internet, there is an ever-growing number of people who appear to be creative and intelligent through using guides created by someone else. The difference between people who are experts and novices at particular crafts is growing thinner by the day.

There are some professions that are still far ahead of the trend. Engineers of all kinds are essential to everyday life, and it would be extremely difficult to replace experienced engineers even if the Internet could tell you exactly what you needed to do for each problem. A large part of engineering is solving problems that other people are unable to. Essentially what engineers do is use math and science to create cost-effective solutions to technical issues. By doing this, a lot of engineers end up developing entirely new products by accident.

The reason an engineer would be hard to replace with an average person is the experience engineers have with overcoming adversity. Shane Lowney is a mechanical engineer and has been for about a decade. Because of his experience, he is tenacious and innovative. He always looks for new and better ways to solve problems.

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About Shane Lowney

Shane Lowney is a mechanical engineer who has worked in his field for a little over ten years. He earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology and then proceeded to quickly get his Engineering License. He is married to a girl named Christine, and the couple constantly takes time out of their busy schedules to do community service work.
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