You need an FYG account to watch Howard's video.
Individuals can sign up for free. Educators, learn how you can use this in your classroom.
Howard Jameson thought he wanted to be a businessman in college, but an old cliché rang true for him: "Not all that glitters is gold." Today, Jameson works as a geotechnical engineer, collecting data and monitoring geological structures for how safe they are for building or nearby humanity.
Jameson says the most demanding part of his job is often the "why" question. Once he's collected data on a certain area or structure, he needs to be able to step back and see the big picture. His is a job that requires both near-microscopic attention to detail and proactive thinking. Learn more in the video above.