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Career Analysis

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Brian Dickie

on 3 May 2010

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Aerospace Engineering Some responsibilities of an aerospace engineer are developing new technology for flying, designing space craft and airplanes (Commercial or Military), gathering statistics and analyzing them, and doing maitnence work or assisting with aircraft. Responsibilities A Bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering is the minimum requirement to enter this field. Although the normal major in this career is aerospace engineering, other majors like industrial engineering and materials science are also accepted. If you choose this career, you should make sure that the college you go to for this has an accredited engineering program. Many states make graduating from an ABET school a requirement. Like many other jobs, the more education you have, the more you get paid. Liscenses are also needed for this job in the whole nation. There are two kinds of Liscenses: PE and EIT. PEs are professional engineers that have graduated from an ABET college, have 4 years of experience, and have passed a written exam. EITs are Engineering interns. After meeting all of the requirements for a PE, they can take a final exam and become one Education Colleges for this job: Rowan University, Average Salary for an aerospace engineer is $54,806- $81,077 and sometimes higher. Average Salary Some ethical issues that someone in this position might face are price manipulation or lying. Ethical Issues: The future for this job in ten years is probably the same but definately more high tech and advanced because of the new discoveries happening every day. In the Future... This career will basically always be in highest demand. Especially durring wars, space exploration, and homeland security. What's the Demand? The customers that this occupation deals with are the military, NASA, and aircraft owners. Customers: People in this career work with other businesses by ordering aircraft parts, software, selling products, and signing contracts with different companies. There is alot of deals and trading done especially with commercial airline businesses. B2B Specific problems that most often need to be solved are things like: How can I make this more aerodynamic? What material is good for this type of aircraft to be made from? Is this airplane practical for use? These are just some of the questions that go into this job. Frequent Problems Solved... The question isn't how math is used in this career, it's how math isn't used in this career. This certain skill is one of the most important componets to any type of engineering. Being good at math is pretty much required becuase of all of the important and precise calculations made. Without math this job would be useless and very inaccurate. Math and Engineering Written and verbal skills involved in working with teams in this job are communication, clarification, percision, comprehension, readabe hand writing, and proper grammar usage. These are all key characteristics used in working in teams because you need to be able to get your point accross and be able to be understood correctly. Written and verbal skills dealing with customers involve respect, and sincereness. (customers are not dealt with very much besides bosses and fellow workers) Written + Verbal Skills New designing tools, software, and products are being ddeveloped and used every day in this career. Technology is a very important part in this job because it makes advances possible. Technologies By: Brian Dickie
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