Advice for New Geotechnical Engineers

| September 16, 2017

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All the information provided in the video is shared by Charles Winter. He has been a geotechnical engineer for 20 years. Here are the some of the perspective for recent college graduates embarking their first job as a geotechnical engineer.



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