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This is my first post. I just graduated from college and entered the circuit board industry, but I am not familiar with this industry at all. I studied public utility management in college, I hope someone can give me some advice.

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FSPCBA... You are confused... and in essentially the wrong forum.

But first a few words to You... consider this...

You graduated college with a degree in 'public utility management'... which appears to be Your 'career-of-choice/heart'.

You took a job in a sector of the electronics [PCB's] industry, for which you are simply not qualified... nor have any 'heart/enthusiasm'... for.

You posted this in a Aeronautical and Space engineering forum within Eng-Tips... when there are more suitable forum-areas to discuss Your predicament.

Suggest deleting this post and shifting Your issue to the following forums...

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