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~Engineering Careers~

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Courtney Vespa

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~Engineering Careers~

Marine Engineer & Naval Architect
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects design, build and maintain ships, aircraft carriers, submarines, sailboats,and tankers. They work on the mechanical systems like propulsion and steering. Naval Architects work on the basic design including the form and stability of hulls.
Health & Safety Engineer

They do this by using knowledge from systems engineering and from health and safety to make sure that chemicals, machinery, software, furniture, and other products won't harm people or buildings.
Precision Machinists & Tool/Die Makers
Precision Machinists & Tool/Die Makers make around $40,910 a year.
Precision Machinists & Tool/ Die Makers work in machine shops, tool rooms, and factories where work areas are usually well ventilated.
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Health & Safety Engineers usually work in offices but occasionally go to work sites which means they are sometimes required to travel.
To become a Health & Safety Engineer you must have a bachelors degree.

Health & Safety Engineers make about $76,830 a year.
The Employment of Health & Safety Engineers is predicted to grow 11% from 2012 to 2022.
Software Safety Engineering is becoming more important in our lives because some many things rely on it such as elevators and automobiles; A glitch in the software that they have could cause serious injury and damage the equipment. Software Safety Engineering is expected to grow and so is the need to apply Systems of Safety Engineering.
Robotics Engineer
(Electro-Mechanical Technicians)
Industrial Engineer
Architectural & Engineer Manager
To become a Precision Machinist & Tool/Die Maker all you need is a High School Diploma.
A Health & Safety Engineer reviewing plans for new machinery to make sure it meets all safety requirements.
Health & Safety Engineers job is to create procedures and design systems to ensure peoples safety and to keep property from getting damaged.
A Precision Machinist &Tool/Die Maker working on their knowledge of different types of computerized equipment.
Machinists create blue prints and sketches often using computer design software, they also set up, operate, and disassemble machine tools and monitor the feed and speed of machines. They make sure to test finished products for defects and then present the finished work to customers.
A Machinist altering a part to make it a finished workpiece.
A Health & Safety Engineer inspecting a building to make sure it follows all regulations or if it requires changes.
The Employment of Precision Machinists & Tool/Die Makers is predicted to grow 7% from 2012 to 2022.
An Industrial Engineer delivering products with maximum efficiency.
Industrial Engineers reviewing engineering specifications and process flows of a specific design.
To become an Industrial Engineer you must have a bachelors degree.
Industrial Engineers make about $78,860 a year.
The employment of Industrial Engineers is predicted to grow 5% from 2012 to 2022.
Industrial Engineers work both in offices and in the settings their trying to improve. Typically when they are trying to figure out problems they watch workers assemble things and when solving the problems they use a computer or work in an office area to look at data that was collected and figure out a way to improve it.
Tool and Die Makers read over blue prints and sketches to verify dimensions and the tolerance of the workpieces. They make sure all parts fit correctly, then smooth and polish the surfaces of the tools and dies.
A Naval Architect working on the basic design including the form and stability of the hulls.
This is an example of a ship that a Marine Engineer might work on.
To become a Marine Engineer or Naval Architect you must have a bachelors degree.
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects make about $88,100 a year.
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects usually work in offices with computer software and other tools used for analyzing projects and designing solutions but sometimes must go on ships to test things.
The employment of Marine Engineers & Naval Architects is predicted to grow 10% from 2012 to 2022.
Industrial Engineers find ways to eliminate wastefulness in production processes and come up with ways to effectively use workers, machines, materials, information and energy to make a product or provide a service.
Robotics Engineers usually work closely with electrical and mechanical engineers often in offices and at production sites.
To become a Robotics Engineer you must have an Associates Degree.
Robotic Engineers make about $51,820 a year.
The employment of Robotic Engineers is predicted to grow by 4% from 2012 to 2022.
To become an Architect or Engineer Manager you need a bachelors degree.
Architect & Engineer Managers make about $124,870 a year.
The employment of Architect & Engineer Managers is predicted to grow 7% from 2012 to 2022.
Architect and Engineer Managers usually work in offices but some also work in industrial plants and laboratories or at construction sites.
Highest Paying Careers
Future Job Trends in the U.S.
Fastest Growing Careers in the U.S.
Salary With High School Diploma vs. College Graduates
Important Personal Qualities for Employment
What Employers Feel are the Most Important Skills for Employment
Important Skills Needed for College Success
1.) Personal Financial Advisors
2.) Dental Hygienists
3.) Civil Engineers
4.) Market Research Analysts
5.) Computer Systems Analysts
6.) Physicians and Surgeons
7.) Computer Applications Software Engineer
8.) Mamagement Analysts
9.) Accountants and Auditors
10.) Registered Nurses
Total employment in 2013: 1,042,402 jobs
Added 104,348 jobs from 2010-2013, up 11 percent
Median hourly earnings: $45.06

2. Software Developer, Applications and Systems Software

Total employment in 2013: 40,733
Added 7,158 jobs from 2010-2013, up 21 percent
Median hourly earnings: $63.67

1. Petroleum Engineer

Total employment in 2013: 75,995
Added 5,671 jobs from 2010-2013, up 8 percent
Median hourly earnings: $41.62
3. Information Security Analyst
Total employment in 2013: 119,676 jobs
Added 11,241 jobs from 2010-2013, up 10 percent
Median hourly earnings: $37.39

4. Database Administrator

Total employment in 2013: 207,132 jobs
Added 14,011 jobs from 2010-2013, up 7 percent
Median hourly earnings: $37.93

5. Physical Therapist
10 most promising jobs~
Health & Safety Engineers are linked to the ASSE Association.
Precision Machinists & Tool/Die Makers are linked to the NTMA association.
Robotics Engineers are linked to the IEEE Association.
Industrial Engineers are linked to the IAENG Association.
Architect and Engineer Managers are linked to the EAA Association.
Robotics Engineers combine the knowledge of mechanical technology and knowledge of electrical circuits to do their job. They install, repair and upgrade electronic and computer- controlled mechanical systems such as robotic assembly machines.
A technician repairing a computer-controlled mechanical system.
Marine Engineers & Naval Architects are linked to the SNAME association.
Architectural & Engineer Managers make detailed plans for the development of a new product or design. They lead research teams and development teams that produce new products or designs. They hire and assign staff to certain positions, decide who needs training, what equipment is needed and they often have their teams work not only with each other but with other teams.
An Electro-Mechanical Technician testing the performance of electro-mechanical assemblies.
An Architectural/Engineer Manager working with a group to make a more detailed plan of something
An Architectural/Engineer Manager talking with on of the employees he supervises.
1.)Industrial-organizational psychologists
2.)Personal care aides
3.)Home health aides
4.)Insulation workers, mechanical
5.)Interpreters and translators
6.)Diagnostic medical sonographers
7.)Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters
8.)Occupational therapy assistants
9.)Genetic counselors
10.)Physical therapist assistants

Study Skills
Independent Living Skills
Self Motivation Skills
Self Respect
Time Management
Stress Management
Good with teamwork
Manages time
Does quality work
On time

Demonstrate dependability
Self Motivated

Rise to the occasion
Team players
Positive Attitude
Writers and Authors
Writers work in offices, at home or where ever else they have a computer assessable to them.
Bachelors Degree is usually needed to be a full time author.
Authors usually make about $55,940 a year.
There's different software that people can used to write books using a computer and there's now many verbal methods as well.
The employment of authors is predicted to grow 3% from 2012 to 2022.
Psychologists study the emotional, social and human behavior by watching and interpreting how people relate and react to one another and there environment.
They make about $69,280 a year.
Some work independently conducting research or working with patients while others work as a part of a healthcare team.
They have many new machines that make them able to see the brain and better comprehend what goes on while people are interacting with each other and their environment.
The employment of psychologists is predicted to grow 12% from 2012 to 2022.
Art Director
Art Directors are responsible for the visual style and images in magazines, newspapers,movie/television productions and they create the overall design of a project and direct the others who develop the artwork.
They make about $80,880 a year.
To become an art director you must have a bachelors degree.
The employment of art directors is predicted to grow 3% from 2012 to 2022.
Many work for advertising firms, newspapers and magazine publishers, and video industries.
( Quality Engineer)
Manufacturing Technicians
Manufacturing Technicians help make designs to effectively use materials, workers, machines, stores, and offices. They prepare many equipment layout, plan workflows, and analyze production costs.
They make about $50,980 a year.
You must have an associates degree to become a manufacturing technician.
Employment is predicted to decrease 3% from 2012 to 2022.
They work in various industries and businesses to work on the quality of final products.
Authors are linked to the AAA Association.
They are linked to the APA association.
They are linked to the ADC association.
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