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Transcript of Nate Wartell
Aerospace engineers build aircraft, spacecraft, missiles , and satellites. Aerospace engineers also test prototypes of these and make sure they work correctly and are built according to design.
Why I Chose It
I chose this career to do my Prezi on because I think that being an aerospace engineer seems like a fun career to do and they also get to occasionally test the prototypes of things that they make. Aerospace engineers also have a fair salary for the work that they do, unlike some jobs.
The minimum requirement of education to be an aerospace engineer is a bachelor's degree, but you can obviously have more college education than a bachelor's degree.
Aerospace engineers have a median salary of $103,720 as of 2012.
Aerospace engineers work in industries whose workers design aircraft, missiles, antional defense systems, or spaceships.
Employment of aerospace engineers is estimated to grow 7% from 2012 to 2022, which is slower than most jobs.