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I would say it has to do with how big the company is. You need enough projects to keep a CAD person busy, if that's all they do. I work for a civil engineering firm and we have about 30 engineers with about 6 full-time CAD people. Some of the junior engineers do some CAD work if necessary. In larger firms it makes sense to specialize, just as in small companies need jacks-of-all-trades.
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