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Transcript of Nuclear Engineer
2.Nuclear Security Summit
3.Nuclear waste site
Electric power generation, transmission and distribution 32%
Federal government, excluding postal service 14
Scientific research and development services 11
Architectural, engineering, and related services 9
1.What is nuclear scientist
2.What they do
5.Where they work
I'll introduce about nuclear engineer's work environment.
First of all, the work environment means Physical and psychological, social environment, and one of the conditions that define efficiency.
Most nuclear engineers work in office buildings or labs, while some work in industrial plants.
But there is a little different. They work in different fields in industry.
For example, those employed in power generation and supply work in power plants.
About this graph in 2012, most industrial employment is Electric power generation, transmission and distribution. It take a 32%.
Federal government, excluding postal service take 14%,
Scientific research and development services take 11%,
Architectural, engineering, and related services take 9%.
Ultimately their work environment is safe and get a energy.
Job outlook and Prospects
grow 9 percent from 2012 to 2022
creating designs for power plants
growing field of nuclear medicine
improve a person’s chances of finding a job
Skills, Interests, Qualities
-Scientific research and development services
-Architectural, engineering, and related services
-Electric power generation, transmission and distribution
-Federal government, excluding postal service
What They Do?
1.Design and develop the processes, and systems.
2.Find industrial and medical uses.
3.Direct operating and maintenance activities of nuclear power plants.
4.Examine nuclear accidents and gather data.
Where Do They Work?
maths / physics
courses in university
protect the environment!
: expert in nuclear power plant and radioactive waste management technologies
Graph : Employment
Teammate : 10201 Youngung Kim, 10206 Jaehoon Huh, 10216 Hyein Yoon,
10219 Yunju Lee, 10226 Hwarim Hyun