Mechanical Engineer vs Automotive Technician?
Please take this seriously i really need help which is better to study/take ? Mechanical Engineer or Automotive Technician which one has more job oppurtunities and what are the +'s and -'s of each please and thank you
Asked By: Jay a - 9/7/2007
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Answered By: dsagar11 - 9/8/2007
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An engineer normally is involved in design, ....an auto tech just fixes what the engineers screw up. Basically one is college educated, and the other one may or may not be. The engineer will make a steady paycheck...the auto tech may make more at times, but won't be a steady thing. After 15 years exp, both can make... More
Answered By: bartzan41 - 9/7/2007
to be a engineer u will need a 4 year college to get a bachelor degree and once u graduate u could be hired, depends on your grades and job experiences (like internship at a engineering company) and with a bachelor degree you will start off as a junior engineer which make 50, 000 a year more or less. depends on your... More
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