I am thinking about Civil Engineering, Power Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering.Which of the above offers the best salary in this market (worldwide) and is the most safe in terms of demand?Feel free to propose something else except those i have listed.P.S.: I am more inclined towards physics and maths.
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Could anyone with personal experience comment on how their salary changed when moving from a high cost of living area like San Fran, LA or NYC to a lower cost of living area, assuming a lateral or minor promotion (i.e. Engineer III to Engineer III/IV)? I have a job offer in LA, and the job interests me but I don't think I want to stay there for more than 5 years. I was wondering if I would see any lasting salary benefit if I moved there, got the higher salary associated with the high cost of liv...
I recently came upon some good luck and I have two job offers before I'm even finished with my senior year in my EE degree. I will either be working for the corporate sector (CS) at one of the biggest DoD contractors or in a cutting edge Government research/engineering position (GOV). I'm wondering which one people in the field would recommend I take.I'm very fpga savvy, and I really enjoy programming (to an extent). I also enjoy systems as a whole. At the CS I will be working with systems e...
I was wondering if anyone had any insight on helping me determine a particular job title to narrow my job search. Looking for a position that works closely with the customer, the product, and the engineering team (hands on). Working directly with the end-user (professionals in that particular industry), gaining their personal input and preferences ultimately to improve a product. Similar to a technical sales engineer role, but in a mechanical, product development, R & D type department. Any sugg...
First, a little background.I'm currently attending a two-year university earning an AS-T (Associate of Science - Transfer) degree and I'm nearly done with my general education requirements (English, math, humanities, etc) and I'm going to need to pick my major. I've narrowed my choices down to either chemistry or environmental science. An associate's degree in either would qualify me at the technician level, and once I get my bachelor's I could go for full engineer.I've done some research into t...
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I know economy is bad but even before I noticed all the job postings wanted people with experience. I would find the odd posting for an entry level position, but they were few and far between. I got a masters in ME in 2007 and so far have done no engineering whatsoever because I took whatever jobs I could get.So basically does anyone have any tips on how I can get a job as a mechanical engineer with no practical job experience?
I am an undergrad in civil. I've heard the current job prospect for civil engineering isn't looking very good, especially in the structural side. So I am tempting to switch out. I am equally interested in mechanical and civil, however, my gpa wasn't good enough to get into mechanical. So instead I am considering transfer into General Engineering with a secondary field in Automotive Engineering or Robotics. Which one has better job prospect (civil or general engineering)?General Engineering curri...
My dream is to be an airplane or (ultimate dream) a spacecraft engineer, so I decided to go to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology since I didn't get into MIT.They don't have an Aerospace major, so I decided to major in Mechanical Engineering and do their concentration program for Aerospace.This school is #1 in Mechanical engineering for private schools in the US. Am I on the right track? I just want to know if what I'm doing is going to help me fulfill my dream.
I am Virginia state certified industrial mechanic. I have twenty-one years experience in this field.
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming engineer interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
How did you get your start doing engineer work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
What do you enjoy most about engineer work? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
Hello, I'm a senior in highschool that is doing a paper on construction engineering. If possible, I would like these questions answered from an individual who is a construction engineer (lengthy/detailed replys are welcomed) 1.) Describe your daily duties. 2.) How did you pick this career? 3.) What id your favorite part of your job? 4.) What is your least favorite part of your job? 5.) Would you choose this field if you had to do it over again? Thank you for your time
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Where would you suggest that our agency advertise/recruit for BSEE P.E.'s in Illinois? The IEEE site has not privided us with many resumes/applicants. The College/University Alumni Boards have so few resumes with these credentials. Your thoughts ?
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most engineer opportunities?
What are typical engineer salaries? Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
What are the top 3 traits or skills every engineer must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your engineer expertise?
What is the best training for becoming a hirable engineer? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective engineer?What do non-traditional career paths look like?