Yes it is the best thing in the world
it's called a mathematician. The study math
No, don't see how that relates so strongly to the job
Well you are not forbidden, but it could potentially hurt performance. Scientists and engineers can work in multiple fields, the main ones being in research or management. A researcher has to be very good at writing essays/journals, where someone in management may not need to be as adept as they will mainly deal with emails, letters, contracts, etc.
it will be unwise to think that engineering is for good mathematicians who cant write essays, some are great writers it depend from individual to individual
Yes, it is good choice. But also an engineer need some writing ability.
Well, it helps to have good writing skills in these sciences since you need to report your work. You have time to develop that. Not necessarily essays - I hated those and I am an engineer - but technical documentation in writing is very important
No. It is not true. There's no analytical way to make a statement like that.
Not TrueA successful engineer needs to be able to write correctly and effectively. He need not be a creative writer or a clever essayist. Schools that teach engineering also offer (and usually require ) courses in scientific writing. Anybody who is smart enough to understand advanced math is smart enough to learn adequate writing skills. There is really not much difference between good mathematical writing and good engineering writing.
No. If you suck at essays you suck. Full stop! An engineer or computer scientist may have to write good proposals to get funding. They will need to sell their skills and ideas to prospective customers. Communication with co-workers will require clear instructions. Although some of these things may be done verbally, many will require good writing skills.