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how to get into traffic engineering?

I'm entering my senior year of high school and i'm very interested in traffic engineering. I'm planning on majoring in civil engineering, but i hear you need job experience before you can land most traffic engineering jobs. i was wondering what i should do to maximize my chances of landing a job in the field, and what sorts of jobs i should get before actually becoming a traffic engineer. also, where in the US are traffic engineers most needed/hired? thanks :)

Asked By: Kara L - 8/21/2010
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I would think large city metropolitan area's would be doing the hiring for traffic engineers. In your case it would probably be as some kind of internship. You might take a course in traffic engineering to better your chances.
Answered By: Jon - 8/25/2010
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