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I’m not sure what else can be said about the importance of certification for engineers. I understand sometimes it is not necessary or required for a job, or that management might not support certification. Some engineers even believe they know everything already, but what about getting certified for personal satisfaction? I was pleased to see the number of certified engineers in our survey rise this year. Compared to 33 percent last year, more than half of corporate engineering titles are certified. Station chief engineer certification also rose from 41 percent to 50 percent. As I say every year, it pays off: SBE certified engineers received between $6,800 and $7,500 more money this year. Work this in to your schedule.
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