Aerospace Engineering

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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace engineers work at many government agencies and private companies like NASA and NAVAIR. They work most inside buildings but may go outside to test certain principles.

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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering is expected to gain 6,100 jobs or about a 7% increase. Future Engineers will be expected to innovate old ideas and invent new ones with practical application. Other jobs may include the testing of prototypes and the manufacture of the completed products. These jobs are very similar to what they do today.

An aerospace engineer designs anything that flies. They also coordinate the testing of prototypes and the manufacture of the completed product. An aerospace engineer makes anywhere from 52,000 to 74,000 every year.

What does an aerospace engineer do?

Where do aerospace engineers work?

Aerospace Engineers need a minimum of 4 years of college but some decide to go on to a doctorate and take up to 7 years of school.

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