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Neil's careers

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Neil Sharma

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My top careers
By Neil Sharma
Neil's top 3 careers
Astronaut
Astronaut:
Payment= Median $55,000
Outlook= Stable Description= Astronaut means “star sailor” in Latin, they are trained to go out of the Earth’s atmosphere and study the cosmos. They study life in space (like their own) and the events that happen in space. Good colleges= a. University of Cambridge (U.K.), b. Harvard University (U.S.A.), c. University of Oxford (U.K.), d. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (U.S.A.)
Years= 6-8 years

Astronomer
Average Annual Wage= $102,550
Outlook= 10% and growing
Description= Studies astronomical events to apply to practical problems, studies space phenomena, and rays emitted from space, they study space from ground telescopes and space telescopes.
Good colleges= a. University of Cambridge (U.K.), b. Harvard University (U.S.A.), c. University of Oxford (U.K.), d. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (U.S.A.)
Hiring places= Astronomical organizations and associations (a famous one is NASA)
Years= 6-8 years
Architect
Average Annual Wage= $72,873
Entry Wage= $43,659
Outlook= Increasing
Description= Constructs buildings, theaters, homes etc. They use program on the computer like the computer-aided, drafting and designing systems. (CADD)
They construct famous building and houses. They also make blueprints.
Good colleges= a. Harvard University (U.S.A.) b. Columbia University (U.S.A.) c. Yale University (U.S.A.) d. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (U.S.A.)
Years= 5-7 years
Hiring places= Building companies (Dream Builders)
References
References:
http://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2011/sep/05/top-100-universities-world-physics-astronomy-2011
https://secure.ihaveaplaniowa.gov/Career_Planning/Career_Profile/Career_Profile.aspx?id=AbV5zKXAP2BPAX9YqfYqf3Qtgz8XgXAP3DPAXXAP3DPAX&screen=1
https://secure.ihaveaplaniowa.gov/Career_Planning/Career_Profile/Career_Profile.aspx?id=AbV5zKXAP2BPAX9YqfYqf3Qtgz8XgXAP3DPAXXAP3DPAX&screen=5
https://secure.ihaveaplaniowa.gov/Career_Planning/Career_Profile/Career_Profile.aspx?id=0YTEz74qN5jEYotXvq8C8wXAP3DPAXXAP3DPAX&screen=5
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/physicists-and-astronomers.htm
https://secure.ihaveaplaniowa.gov/Career_Planning/Career_Profile/Career_Profile.aspx?id=TuelN1oACMUqnScXLoojRwXAP3DPAXXAP3DPAX&screen=5
This is the path to my top 3 careers
Thank you
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