In the print version of our Dream Jobs 2011 Special Report, we included a flowchart named "Engineer Your Destiny" [PDF]. Here, we decided to take the idea one step further, by creating an interactive quiz. Answer the 17 questions below and you'll be presented with the three engineering dream jobs from 2010 and 2011 that most closely match your personality and interests. Have fun!
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