Letter: Lucking for work

Your article Youth Opportunities (Cover story 4 August) on how five entrepreneurial engineers got ahead was interesting. Two were in family firms (lucky them), two saw a niche in the market place and went for it (good luck to them) and one was in the right place at the right time (lucky him). I guess […]

Your article Youth Opportunities (Cover story 4 August) on how five entrepreneurial engineers got ahead was interesting. Two were in family firms (lucky them), two saw a niche in the market place and went for it (good luck to them) and one was in the right place at the right time (lucky him). I guess that pretty accurately sums up how engineers get on in business.

Dave Robertson, Boliden MKM

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