What I liked
I liked the atmosphere that was created there, and the people. I was able to learn all sorts of different roles within the engineering profession. They gave me chances to learn managerial positions, design, field work, etc. They took me out to lunch every other week. I was able to create my own hours. I was paid exceptionally well. Besides from that, the understanding I earned about the engineering field cut out the curiosity of how I'd feel later down the road in that field. This knowledge and experience eventually led to me deciding that I wasn't passionate about engineering, so I switched to the very thing I studied every day in my free time, business.