Hazel1597 to Ted, S. S., Laura, Kevin, Ellen, Andrea on 6 Mar 2019.
Ellen Simmons answered on 6 Mar 2019:
I get to travel to different cities for careers fairs, conferences and outreach events, but haven’t yet gotten to travel very far. I hope to visit the USA soon, because I have a client who is based there. Lots of my colleagues travel, depending on where their clients are based.
Andrea Pacheco answered on 7 Mar 2019:
Yes, my career brought me all the way from Colombia to Ireland, and because of my current job I have been to more than 5 different countries in the last two years.
Laura Farina answered on 7 Mar 2019:
I actually travel a lot for my job to partecipate to conferences, courses, meeting, to collaborate with other engineers… sometimes it feels too much but it is a great opportunity!
For example in the next days, from March 20th to April 10th, I will travel to Sicily, Poland, and Netherlands!! It can be tiring but I love it!
Ted Burke answered on 7 Mar 2019:
I don’t travel with work very much, but I have opportunities to travel if I want. There are lots of research conferences around the world where I could go to present my work. I travel around Ireland a bit running robotics workshops, but I’ve never done one overseas.
Kevin OBrien answered on 11 Mar 2019:
I have had loads of opportunities to travel, but have not done very much.
The majority of my trips were within Europe.
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Hazel1597 commented on :
Does the company you work for pay for you to travel?
Kevin commented on :
Absolutely, they pay for all of the travel, car hire, accommodation, and food while you’re away.