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Old 02 February 2012   #16
Even though the position might not require as much of an artistic/creative background that doesn't mean you won't be competing with others that have a substantial creative side. If they have the best of both sides they will have have a substantial benefit to selecting them for employment. Engineers need to be able to communicate to creatives effectively and vice versa to resolve production problems and planning.
 
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