MY DREAM JOB TOWARDS PERFECT EDUCATION. “I want to become an ENGINEER in RENEWABLE ENERGY industry” – Sehyun Lim. MY DREAM JOB. MY DREAM JOB. MY DREAM JOB.
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TOWARDS PERFECT EDUCATION
“I want to become an ENGINEER in RENEWABLE ENERGY industry”
– Sehyun Lim
Therefore, most of attractive jobs to youth are in emerging markets anddeveloping countries where things are growing fast but not yet comprehensive and standardized.
Engineer in Renewable Energy, specializing in Wind Power.
“I will check the weather every morning if wind blows enough to operate wind turbine. If it does, I decide to turn on the turbines. I will measure all the data about wind source by conducting various experiments in order to design more effective wind turbines. This work is a combination of Mechanical, Electrical, Material, and Civil engineering.” – Sehyun Lim.
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