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Hi there,.I have a question and hope forumers can help me answer my question.I am currently a junior in mechanical engineering and i am thinking of switching to industrial technology,it will not delay my graduation or anything.do anyone know do industrial technology degree have a very good demand in the world? is it easy to get a job?an internship? i am also planning to get a MBA after my degree.but will work at first if i can get a job this is the itech i was talking about http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_technology