I am not convinced.
I think do it yourselfers, or foodies, or some other denominator connects us all (or most of us)
I'm in the Insurance field. I'm a Surplus Lines Underwriter and Broker. Although I do enjoy cooking too!
Experimental psychologist and student. I've dabbled in cell and microbiology, software too. Spent a summer working as a barista.
My corporate job title is safety engineer. But all I do is inspect for compliance with osha regulations.
BS in Occupational Safety
Not an engineer but I work closely with them. Major in Geology. Minor in wandering the around the desert drunk.
Have a B.S. in Comp Science. I am a Network Engineer by title. I do not think of myself as an actual engineer.
I'm a history teacher. Math is hard...
I'm in procurement now but I used to supervise the mainenance at a 1100+ room hotel. While I still view the world through a mechanical, system-centric lens, I like the softer math that I do now.
BSME from West Point.
I don't do that much engineering work now, I manage people.
I am a 'do-it-yourselfer', but I don't cook unless I am forced to.