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I am graduating this December in an engineering degree and am having an internal debate about how to 'plan out' my career. As far as I could remember, I wanted to be a designer, or work somewhere that cultivates innovation/creativity. Somehow I ended up in engineering, which got me into a heavily technical and analytical mindset, but I'm still interested in heading towards the design career.
I have heard stories about people who have studied highly technical undergrad degrees, got an MBA, went to Design school and now have a job position that is a combination of analytic and design responsibilities. This is something that greatly attracted me, since I did not know such a path was possible.
What can I do to end up doing something similar? Do you know anyone who has done this as well?