The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 5 > The Engineer in the Marketplace
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The Engineer in the Marketplace

As a learned society, our Institution deals with engineering competencies and avoids acting as a trade union. Personal rewards remain a private concern. But many bewildering changes triggered by the recession and our entry into the European Single Market justify looking at the marketplace as it affects our profession. We cannot count on the traditional continuity of jobs or even on being employed by companies run by other engineers. R.M. Amodia