I'm planning on majoring in either one because I'm interested in getting a job that has to do with computers or working with one. What jobs can I get? Are they high in demand?
I like math and chemistry and have done well in both thus far, so I was thinking of becoming an engineer, but what type should I become? I want my career to be interesting, and I don't think I want to work with architecture or robotics. Should I even become an engineer? Thanks.
Also, what courses of study should I pursue?
I'm looking for a job where i could find out ways to make biodegradable trash or something else that directly affects pollution. I'd like to make a difference but preferably directly stopping pollution. Any suggestions?
So, I'm a senior trying to fill out some scholarship applications and they keep asking me what I plan to major in.
For a long time I've thought "environmental engineer", because I've wanted to work with a versatile degree, but the more I read about it, the more it seems it's just about water quality and pollution, rather than really doing much.
So, do environmental engineers work with making more sustainable cars/buildings or more environmentally friendly materials on packaging or do they only work with buildings and testing water and things like that? I don't really want to be limited to the latter, so should I look for something like Materials engineering or mechanical?
What are different jobs
and what is a pay scale
what classes should i take in high school
-interested high school student
I have already looked at the job descriptions and everything on the USAF website. im wondering if anyone can give any examples for me. Or do ou know of anyone with that job in the AF and did they like it?
I am an upcoming senior in high school and i want to know what are some good career paths or job i should consider.(something that would take 4 or less years in college but makes good money).I am interested in business but throw any other jobs too.
I'm planning to be a biomedical engineer but not sure if the engineering field is what I want
Im looking for a job in the airforce because i want to join. so im doing my research now. im looking for something that i will be able to find a good paying job in civilian life once i finally get out of the air force.
Hello anyone working as an instrumentation and control engineer!!
I am a first year student majored in instrumentation and control engineering! I really want to know how is instrumentation and control engineer's role in the real life!!
Your answer means so much to me. Thank you.
How do you get a job on wall street? What are some entry level positions can a college student get before graduating college? What is the best major for getting a job on wall street? Do Wall street firms go to college campus such as wharton and colleges like that?
I plan on going to college to earn the above degree, but I don't really know what types of jobs I could get with it. (I would prefer personal experience stories rather than just website referrals.)
I am writing a data table of 5 different jobs that would be needed in building and furnishing a shopping mall. I chose retail land developer, real estate agent, lawyer, architect, and interior designer. I have to also write how much knowledge of physics and chemistry should each worker know. Please help me, thank you!
How hard is it to find a job after graduation? And do you need a phd for civil enginering?
I would really like to work for Delta Airlines. I am wondering what sort of majors would be best to obtain a career in the airline industry. I am considering communications, business, or French, and I was wondering what sort of jobs the airline industry has that uses those majors.
Any information is welcome. Thanks!
Also if you could add a ballpark salary estimate with any careers. But only if you have an idea. Thanks.
What area would provide the best chance to find a good job? Make the most money? Travel the world?
Hi!I would like to work in finance and am gonna get my bachelor's and master's in Operations research.So,what type of jobs will be available for me?Also,another question,if i plan to work as a financial analyst,would i need an engineering degree?
I'm thinking about changing my career and going back to study environmental studies and engineering. I was really strong in chemistry, but I took a different career. If I knew finding work would be easy, I'd happily undergo a major investment in re-educating and re-training for this. But I wonder what a company that works on inventing solutions would even look like, i.e. how it would be funded and who its customers would be. I want to be part of the effort to help engineer solutions to growing global environment problems. But if I undertake this change, could I find work? Preliminary searches on the internet are not hopeful. If you are in this field, please say something.
I'm thinking it may even be possible to work as a facilitator between governments and engineering firms, in a business discipline, to better coordinate more business between the two.
I think his job is really cool but what exactly is it? Also what are other jobs that are similar to his only with different kinds of exotic animals...
1) when they say aeronautical engineers who work for the air force work specifically on air force projects what exactly are air force projects?
2) is it possible to be a aerospace engineer in the united states air force
3) when overseeing projects and all do you do math or what exactly do you do as a AF aeronautical developmental engineer
4)what type of aeronautical engineering fields are available in the air force like flight testing, aerodynamics,research and design. but what do the developmental engineers do