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-Regularly work in a group or as part of a team. -Are occasionally exposed to hazardous equipment ENGINEERING MANAGER Most engineers make things like bridges or nuclear power plants. Industrial engineers are concerned about the management of people and equipment. They design ways of making goods that use these resources efficiently. Some universities allow students specialize in areas within Industrial Engineering, such as:
(1) Information Engineering - is about finding ways to integrate information technology into a system to improve efficiency. It requires some programming ability because in this subject, the engineers may, for example, design and maintain databases. They might design user interfaces for nurses and doctors to interact with a database in a health care setting. They might design an information system to keep track of inventory (as Walmart does). And so on.

(2) Operations Research (OR) - is about optimizing. Optimizing just about anything. Techniques you learn in OR can even be applied to your personal life. For example, you may want to determine the quickest route from your house to the supermarket, OR can help you do that. In industry, OR analysts may help redesign a restaurant to minimize the number customers lost because of long waiting times (same thing for health care). In a manufacturing setting, OR specialists may redesign a production facility to speed up the production process without compromising worker safety, for instance. And so on.

(3) Human Factors - also known as ergonomics is all about redesigning technology to make it safer for people to use. For example, the military may want a backpack redesigned to that a soldier can carry more on his/her back without breaking their back. An assembly line worker may need their workstation redesigned because they're frequently succumbing to injuries, and are inefficiently handling the products. An office worker may need their cubicle redesigned. And so on. http://www.iienet2.org/uploadedfiles/IIE/About_IIE/IIE%20version%20of%20what%20IEs%20do%2010%208%2007%20rev%204.pdf Industrial engineers find ways to eliminate wastefulness in production processes. They devise efficient ways to use workers, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or provide a service. Industrial engineers must have a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering. Employers also value experience, so cooperative-education engineering programs at universities are also valuable. Employment of industrial engineers is expected to grow 6 percent from 2010 to 2020, slower than the average for all occupations. This occupation is versatile both in the kind of work it does and in the industries in which its expertise can be put to use. Depending on their tasks, industrial engineers work both in offices and in the settings they are trying to improve. For example, when observing problems, they may watch workers on a factory floor or staff in a hospital. When solving problems, they may be in an office at a computer looking at data that they or others have collected. General Information: Needs a bachelors degree or more schooling
Often has had many job hours
Works a lot of overtime
Hires worker and trains them
Oversees the construction of buildings and products. ENGINEERING Schooling According to ilcis.intocareers.org;
To work as a engineering manager, typically you need to:
have a high school diploma, or GED;
Have at least a bachelors degree;
Have five years of related work experience; and
Have a license Schooling: Classes required Degrees Internship Industrial Engineer Working Conditions -Are sometimes exposed to contaminants high school diploma or GED -Are exposed to sounds and noise levels that are distracting and uncomfortable on a weekly basis. Bachelors or higher within nuclear engineering -Usually work full time. Working overtime to meet deadlines is common. -Generally work a set schedule. Nuclear Engineering License Schools That Offer Engineering Management Courses: -Wear protective attire, such as eye goggles and hard hats, on a daily basis University of Alabama, Huntsville AL
San Jose State University, San Jose CA
George Washington University, Washington D.C. USA
University of Illinois, Chicago IL
Indiana Institute of Technology, Fort Wayne IN -Are sometimes placed in conflict situations. Clients and coworkers may disagree about the direction of a project
Reactor Engineering
Nuclear Materials
Reactor Physics
Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion
Reactor Safety
Medical Diagnostics and Treatments
Nuclear Waste Management Education level attained
Percentage of workers in this occupation*

Less than high school diploma

High school diploma or equivalent

Some college, no degree

Associate degree

Bachelor's degree

Master's degree

Doctoral (Ph.D.) or professional degree
10 Job: 4 years of engineering (any type) Schooling overview (what you do): General Job Description To work as an industrial engineer, you typically need to:
-Have a bachelors degree in industrial engineering
-Have a high school diploma
-Have a license General Info on Working Conditions They generally work 40 hours a week. When working big projects the hours might be longer.

They work indoors most of the time. They are around loud sounds and high noise levels that can be distracting. They often have to share the same space with another person.

There are no health risks with this job. General Info on Required Education Classes you should take in high school for this job are as follows; blueprint reading, computer applications, drafting, electricity, and electronics.

To get this job you must have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.

Colleges that offer this degree Alabama A & M University, Alfred University, Arizona State University, Arkansas State University, Arkansas Tech University, Auburn University, Baylor University, Bloomsburg University, Bob Jones University, Boise State University, Boston University, Bradley University, Brigham Young University, Bryant and Stratton College, Bucknell University, California Institute of Technology, California Polytechnic State University, California State University Chico, California State University Fresno.

It would give you an upper hand if you took an internship while in college so you will be ready for the workplace. General Job Description Electrical engineers design, develop, maintain, and test electronic equipment. Job Outlook and Earnings There are 88,400 openings a year for electrical engineers in the USA. There are 243 jobs available in Illinois .

Jobs are available all over the country.

Starting salary in Illinois is $31.68 an hour and $65,900 a year. Highest pay in Illinois is $50.37 an hour and $104,770 a year. Citations https://ilcis.intocareers.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100307&TopicNum=0
https://ilcis.intocareers.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100307&TopicNum=4 Electrical Engineering Schools that offer good industrial engineering programs This job is not one you can start with. The job takes years of work, and leadership skills. Once in the position you oversee that work is done efficiently and on time. Such as a product to be tested, and you must decide how long the tests will go, and when to put it out on the market. The position involves a lot of communication, not only to your employees, but the higher ups, and people you propose your work to. The job that is done all depends on the manager and how well you use you time and budget. This said, you are held responsible for the result of the project. That is why you hire dedicated employees and work on a well scheduled timeline. This job involves a lot of professionalism, and working well with others. -Georgia Institute of Technology-Atlanta, Georgia
-University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Michigan
-Purdue University-West Lafayette, Indiana Jobs Jobs Jobs, What Its All About According to ilcis.intocareers.org/info: Design: United States: Hiring 49,700
California: 1,010
Illinois: 148
New York: 170
Texas: 350 The site says that job creation will slow down, or stay constant. Even though it is slowing down in some areas the Environmental and Biomedical engineering fields are opening up. Helpful electives to take in high school that prepare you for this occupation include:

-Computer Applications
-Computer-Assisted Design (CAD)
-Computer Science
-Psychology Annual Job Creation: Nuclear engineers are responsible for designing nuclear related projects. Average pay in the U.S. is 122,190 such as:
sanitizing plans Job Creation: for nuclear waste removal and producing power such as power plants or other nuclear related projects for cleaning radioactive areas Job creation in this field is slowing down. Even though it is slowing down, it is not stopping. The job market is still fairly good, and will pick up in the next few years. The area with job creation is the Environmental and Biomedical Engineering field. Annual creation: Operate: United States: 49,700-High
California: 1,010-High
Illinois: 148-Moderate
New York: 170-moderate
Texas: 350-Moderate Overview Industrial engineers design systems and machines that produce goods. They try to use people and machines efficiently. Industrial Engineer This data came from: ilcis.intocareers.org Nuclear engineers are also responsible for the safety of those in a plant and in the surrounding areas. Wages: Because of this when working in a plant they over watch:
safety precautions
prevention measures
and emergency actions The average pay for a engineering manager is: 122,190 annually.
There is not a cap on pay for an engineering manager. The pay increase with a good work to the company. With promotions you may become a shareholder. Shareholders own part of a company, and can buy or sell shares. What Makes it so Great? Why not enter the field of engineering and work your way up to management? Conduct research: Nuclear engineers are also conduct research. Which include:
Nuclear fission and theories
cleaner more productive energy with less radioactive waste
actions of nuclear fuel
equipment performance This job offers wide options to open up the world to you. Managers get the best money, the most respect, and the biggest office. Because, come on, the biggest office is all you really want. So, now if this job interesting you, go out and get that office you want. Job Outlook and Earnings -There are 349 annual openings in Illinois for an Industrial Engineer, which is high
- The average Industrial Engineer in Illinois is getting paid $85,990 annually
- The average starting pay for an Industrial Engineer is $56,160 annually Demands: Physical: MANAGERIAL STATIS!!!!! Nuclear engineers must be able to stay at a desk for long periods of time writing reports. Skills: Citations ttps://ilcis.intocareers.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100105&TopicNum=2
http://www.iienet2.org/Default.aspx Nuclear engineers also should be able to:
have speech skills
focus on multiple things,
determine distance between objects Pay/Outlook: ITS ON FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wages: RANDOM BOX Butt median pay in IL: hour: $70.31
Year: $146,250 USA: hour: $57.92
Year: $120,470 Employment: In Illinois nuclear engineering job occupation is very small In the US out look is small but expected to increase by 10%
during 2010-2020 http://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/nuclear-engineers.htm#tab-6 https://ilcis.intocareers.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100388&TopicNum=0 Citations: These statistics were found at http://www.iseek.org/careers/careerDetail?id=2&oc=100105 This description was found at http://www.iseek.org/careers/careerDetail?id=2&oc=100105
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