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To all the Engineering aspirants: Here’s where this degree can take you

Author at TechGenyz Contributor

Are you looking into completing your engineering degree, but want to learn more about your job options? Or maybe you have already completed your degree and want to find out what areas you can move into? Whatever the reason, choosing an area that is great for you can be difficult, with so many options, it’s easy not to know where to start. In this article, I’m going to talk about some of the possible engineering career choices that come after graduating and completing your degree. Some of these are unusual engineering careers, and others are more commonly known. 

Chemical Engineering:

These types of engineers use maths, physics, and chemistry and can work in a variety of fields, including energy, food production, medicine, and chemicals. Jobs include:

  • Chemical Plant Operator
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Geological Engineer

Mechanical Engineering:

These types of engineers like to design, maintain, and invent machinery. Jobs include:

  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Automation and Control Engineer
  • Aeronautics Engineer

Electrical Engineering:

Anything from computers to power lines, lighting, and navigations systems, are all handled by electrical engineers. With a wide range of technology-related positions, this is a massive field of choice for some individuals. Some of the job possibilities include:

  • CAD technician
  • Audio Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Computer Engineer

Civil Engineering:

If you are more interested in the public domain, then becoming a civil engineer might be the way to go. They focus on surveying tasks, architectural design, and implementers. Some of the jobs available in this area include:

  • Environmental Engineer
  • Architect
  • Geotechnical Engineer
  • Fire Engineer
  • Consulting Civil Engineer
  • Contracting Civil Engineer

Higher Paying Engineering Positions: 

For those that are after the higher-paying jobs, below are the top five engineering jobs and their salaries as of 2020.

  • Petroleum Engineers, $147 520
  • Architectural and Engineering Managers, $138 720
  • Airline Pilots and Flight Engineers, $131 760
  • Computer Hardware Engineers, $110 650
  • Aerospace Engineers, $107 700

Overview:

So there you have it! There are plenty of choices after completing your degree. From a medical to an electrical field, architecture to flight, there is something for everyone. However, if you are thinking of making a decision, it’s still important to do your research to make sure you make the right decision for you.

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