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I know this is probably more so in civil than other fields, but I'm wondering if this is the ultimate goal of engineers to reach PE status. Let's say as a civil engineering major, are my chances of career advancement and salary raises limited if I don't ever become licensed?
How common is it for engineers to fail the PE exam repeatedly and end up never passing it? In previous threads, I've read that the exams (especially for civil) are difficult with passing rates between 30-40%.