Study Reveals Space Engineers Spend Most of Their Day Explaining To Management Why Things Do Not Work That Way

BERLIN — A new study titled “Why are Space Engineers So Depressed?” performed by the German Institute of Engineering Practice, recently released, reveals that engineers from space industry spend unholy amounts of hours per week explaining managers why things do not actually work as managers seem to believe, leaving the latter puzzled and in a constant state of dissatisfaction.
According to the report, matters of the tenor of “let’s hire more people so project can speed up” or “do it for half the money but same risk” are amongst the frequent topics engineers painstakingly must explain, often using whiteboard scribbles and—in cases—tiny Lego figures, consuming large amounts of time which could be spent to get work and lower risks, the aforementioned report says.