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I did my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering as well but I was more interested in studying the processes and making them more efficient. To do that I did my masters in Industrial and Manufacturing engineering. I believe that Mechanical Engineering is an excellent technical base but to avoid the monotony of repetitive design work, manufacturing field may be a good choice. You get to work on variety of tasks and expand your knowledge to become a true professional. The tasks vary from doing time study and method study to running improvement projects to take cost out and make processes more efficient. You can work on designing fixtures to analyzing root causes to working with purchasing departments to improve the supplier base. There is a tremendous potential. Good luck.
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