Every generation sees the world through a different lens. But has the smartphone revolution made the current generation gap more difficult to navigate than previous changes? On today’s episode, Muhammad Elgammal discusses the situation from his unique perspective: young professional in the field/wise teacher in the classroom (2:33). In the Career Minded segment, Maria Lehman, business development director for Parsons’ New York region, talks about the skills she thinks young civil engineers need to develop to propel both their own careers and the industry (14:44). And in Member Memos, we hear tips on workplace communication between civil engineers who hail from different generations (19:17). Listen to the episode below, and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.
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