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Transcript of civil engineer
engineering What is the nature of their work? To become a civil engineer you will need a bachelors degree in engineering, or another similar engineering field.
They need a degree for promotions to higher positions.
If you want to sell your own services to the public you will need to be licensed in all 50 US states and also in the District of Colombia. Math and science classes are required and you can also go through computer classes as well. What kind of education do I need
to get? Top 3 undergrad schools
for civil engineering To become a civil engineer you must have a civil engineering degree, which you can get from taking the recommended classes of mathematics and physics. These classes are recommended to be your A level class choices. Some options for your third and fourth A level classes include chemistry, geography, designing technology, further mathematics, and possibly a foreign language. What kind of training, qualifications and advancement are there? What is the job outlook for engineering?
Is there going to be a job for me when I graduate? You can expect to earn around $50,300 to $60,800 as a Civil Engineer I (entry level civil engineer). Once you gain experience and advance to Civil Engineer II, you could expect an average of $67,150 a year. At Civil Engineer III you can get an average of $79,000 a year. If you become a Civil Engineer IV or V, which are managerial positions you could expect a nice $94,000 - $112,000 a year. All positions of a Civil Engineer get extra as well, from $22,000 to $40,000 annually from bonuses and benefits, some include time off, and healthcare. How much money do they make? Some related careers that are similar to civil engineering include architectecture, civil engineering technicians, construction managers, landscape architects, surveyors, and urban and regional planners. These are all positions that can relate to the civil engineering career and they all bring in good money too. What are some related careers that I may like? Civil engineers work together to design and manage large projects for construction. Some of the projects they work on are bridges, roads, airports, buildings, sewage systems, tunnels, and much more.
Most of the time they are in offices designing new buildings, however others are at construction zones managing the project and helping solve any issues. #1 University of Illinois #2 University of California #3 Georgia Institute of Technology The job outlook from 2010 to 2020 is about 19%, which is 5% higher than the 14% average. Lots of new buildings are built every day and more are demanded so the demand of buildings requires more civil engineers to plan out the designs. When buildings or roads need repairing, civil engineers have to help decide how to repair it. There are thousands of cities across the world and so civil engineers are needed everywhere. Since they are always needed, there will be jobs available all the time. The amount of jobs available in 2010 was 262,800, and is expected to grow.