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What ENGINEERING job requires the least math and pays good?

What ENGINEERING job requires the least math and pays good?

Asked By: bear cub - 11/20/2009
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Are you asking about math needed to graduate or to work after graduation. In the first case there is little difference. In the second case a sales engineer has the greatest chance of making good money with no math other than filling out an espense account.
Answered By: oil field trash - 11/20/2009
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Engineering is the application of mathematics and science, so all engineering is going to require math to some degree. However, if you are looking for the easy way out in engineering, may I recommend Industrial Engineering. The pay is decent too... Something like $55k right out of college, and there isn't a lot of... More
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Answered By: Austin - 11/20/2009
 
First off, any engineering job will pay well. Any engineer with a yr engineering degree from an accredited college SHOULD make a bare minimum of $40k starting, or on average $55k. Where you go from there is up to you... More
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Answered By: DJ - 11/20/2009
 
All of them needs you to have advanced mathematical skills because it's the application of maths, physics,... so all your work will be in building, using and improving mathematical models... More
Answered By: Saad Eddin A - 11/20/2009
 
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