[2014] Alec O'Reilly (GTT 7 - Period 3): Aerospace Engineering

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[2014] Alec O'Reilly (GTT 7 - Period 3): Aerospace Engineering

Job Overview


A Day In the Life

Aerospace Engineering

Needed Eduacation

To be an Aerospace Engineer, you need a Bachelor's Degree and no related work experience neccessary. There is little to no on-the-job training, and you should probably major in college in aerospace engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical enineering. Most people with a bachelors degree get a aeronautical/astronautical job.

Neccessary Skills

Aerospace engineers design, test, and supervise the manufacturing of aircraft, spacecraft, and missiles.They develop new products for use in aviation, defense systems, and space exploration and are usually hired in the aerospace psrts and products industry.

They often advise clients, analyze engineering design problems, analyze scientific research data, and work with computer aid-design. Some aerospace engineers may also be experts in one or many fields, including aerodynamics or celestial mechanics.

Salary ' Forecast

To be an aerospace engineer you need to have to be able to use scientific rules and strategies to solve problems, figure out what a product needs to be able to do, read work related information, use math to solve problems, and think about the pros and cons of different ways to solve problems.

A median annual wage is $97,480, while the lower 10% earn around $60,620, and the top 10% earn around $143,360. Some predict this career will grow from about 5% to 6.2%, while others predict this profession will either grow slowly or decline.

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