Today I received a solicitation from the National Society of Professional Engineers concerning my membership—I’m not a member—and exhorting me to contemplate the benefits of association with their august group.
Here is a quote from the beginning of the cover letter:
Nothing says “professional engineer” like the PE license.
Ummm, duh? I’m at a loss for words. Truly. But wait, there’s more.
Nothing says “professional engineer” like the PE license. Why? Because in a profession so affected by rapid changes in technology, techniques, and ethical issues, a demonstrated commitment to staying ahead of the curve is a pledge of excellence to a prospective client or employer.
I won’t go on.
If you can translate that last sentence into something that makes sense, please tell me what it means.