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I have an AS in Mechanical Engineering and some designing experience. I am quite interestd in establishing a career in the designing field. I am thinking of taking some CATIA training. I am concerned if there are jobs for CATIA designers with AS degree or do employers hire secifically those with Bsc, BE degrees.


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Nothing wrong with an Associates Degree in Engineering. (I have two of them)

Hopefully your school included some CAD training in the program. Knowing how to use CAD is good. But it's more important to have an engineering aptitude, know how to design, and know how to represent your designs through drawings and 3D models.

My advise to you is to not limit your job search to a specific CAD system. (Most companies will teach you the CAD system they use)

Good Luck!
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