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Industrial engineers specialize in finding ways to get work done more efficiently by streamlining processes and minimizing or eliminating wastefulness. They spend their work days reviewing process flows, and production schedules and developing innovative systems to increase efficiency without compromising on quality. These specialist professionals are employed in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing to business administration and healthcare. Their exact responsibilities depend on the industry they are working in.
The minimum educational qualification required to become an industrial engineer is a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering or a related field such as electrical, mechanical, general or manufacturing engineering. Prospective employers place great value on work experience. Doing an internship is the best way to obtain first-hand work experience. Strong critical thinking, problem-solving, analytical and creative skills are essential attributes in this role.
At your interview, be prepared to convince the interviewer that you have the skills and knowledge required to work as an industrial engineer. Put together a portfolio of projects you have worked on and highlight the results. Prospective employers will want to see that you can help them accomplish their goal of increasing profits by boosting efficiency. The key lies in answering all of their questions confidently. You can prepare for the interview by going to Mock Questions and rehearsing the answers to the interview questions they have listed on their site.