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Transcript of Mechanical Engineering
When you hear the words "mechanical engineering",
what do you think? When we first heard it, all we thought was WHAT??? But since we read more about mechanical engineering We are now familiar with it. This prezi is going to be full of facts you probably didn't know. We hope you will enjoy our prezi!!
Becoming a Mechanical Engineer
Part Two of Salary
Major Job Responsibilities
Type of Education
The minimum requirement is to obtain a bachelors degree. Many will continue on to receive a masters or phD.
Tools are a very important part of engineering. The tools engineers use could be as simple as a pencil or as complicated as a computer.
Why We Chose Mechanical Engineering
by Taylor Watford, Lauren Alexander, Zoe Galley
If you become a mechanical engineer you have to understand principles related to
(the study of classical mechanics).
Salary is defined as: a fixed regular payment typically paid on a monthly or biweekly basis but often expressed as an annual sum, made by an employer to an employee, especially a professional or white-caller worker.
Money doesn't grow on trees!
Mechanical engineers earned a median salary of $80,580 in 2011. The current average salary is $89,000. In 2012, the highest-paid engineer earned about $121,530 and the lowest-paid engineer earned less than $52,030.
Mechanical engineers work very hard. Mechanical engineers are well prepared to play central engineering and management roles. They work in industries that involve parts in motion, and energy conversion, such as the automotive, aerospace, biomedia, and manufacturing industries. WOW that's a lot of stuff!!!
Jobs Mechanical Engineers Perform
Mechanical engineers design and develop machines. The machines use and/or generate energy.
Where do they work? Mechanical engineers work in workshops, factories, offices, colleges and construction sites.
We need mechanical engineers because they help to make new machines. Machines can help us to be more efficient. An example of this is a car. Cars help us to travel farther and faster than walking or riding a horse.
Some start at a very young age building with Legos or blocks. However, most mechanical engineers start training in High School or College.
The major job responsibilities of mechanical engineers can include: analyzing new data, assessing project requirements, and problem solving.
Our group picked mechanical engineering because we thought it would be fun to learn about. We thought it sounded awesome, cool, and interesting at the same time. We also figured lots of people didn't know about it.