Civil engineer
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  • Civil engineers are the people that come up with the design of the structure and makes sure the structure is safe.
  • You need a bachelor's degree and you need to go to a university for four years. You also need to get a license from the state to do services directly to the public. You get this by doing four years of related work and then you need to pass an exam.
  • Some of the top schools in the united states are Stanford, Michigan and


  • 1. TASKS OF JOB: Makes sure buildings and transportation are safe an efficient. They design roads, buildings, dams and bridges. They make sure the design is strong enough to last in all weather. Need to be creative
  • 2. EDUCATION You need a bachelor’s degree You need a license from the state to do services directly to the public. In order to get a license you need to work four years in relevant work and pass an exam.
  • 3. SCHOOLSGood schools for civil engineers are:• Stanford university• University of Michigan• University of California
  • 4. BEGINNING SALARYMichigan:• $75,000 is the starting salary in Michigan• It is 3% below the starting salary for civil engineers nation wideU.S.A.:• $77,000 is the starting salary in the united statesNation wide:• Is the same as the U.S. starting salary, $77,000.
  • 5. ADVANCED SALARY• The advanced salary for civil engineers nationwide is $98,270• The advanced salary in the united states is $119,000• The advanced salary for Michigan is $89,460• The change is not big but the best advanced salary is in the united states
  • 6. JOB OUTLOOK FUTURE• The need for civil engineers in the future will most likely grow• Because technology will grow and more engineers will be needed