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    • Mechanical Engineer
    • Related Occupations
      Areas such as manufacturing, robotics, automotive/transportation and air conditioning are all fields of mechanical engineering.
      Mechanical engineering overlaps with aerospace engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, and petroleum engineering to varying amounts.
    • Detailed Job Description
      In this job, you are dedicated to the design, maintenance, repair, and manufacturing of all things that require you to do that. It includes aerospace engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, and petroleum engineering .
      Mechanical engineers work with many kinds of machines that produce, transmit, or use power.
    • Required Training/Education
      You generally need at least a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering to enter this field. It takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. Some programs include periods of work experience along with formal classes. Most employers encourage engineers to take formal courses that help engineers to improve their job performance.
    • Earnings Per Year
      Salary $52,624 - $71,388
      Bonus $1,034 - $5,056
      Profit Sharing $1,007 - $4,329
      Total Pay $52,055 - $74,124
      Median $66,320 per year
    • Places To Train
      Ivy Tech State College - Bloomington
      University of Evansville – Evansville
      University of Southern Indiana – Evansville
      Purdue University - Calumet Campus
      Indiana Tech – Indianapolis
      University of Notre Dame - Notre Dame
      Indiana University - Ft Wayne
      Indiana Institute of Technology - Ft. Wayne
    • Skills or Interests Needed
      Professionals need to have strong problem-solving skills in order to invent and test new designs. Most engineers need to possess strong communication skills as well, as they are frequently required to work in teams with other engineers and correspond with management and patent office workers.
    • Why This Career Interests Me
      I like to build/fix things for a hobby and learned that I have a knack for it.
      Making/repairing things is relaxing and easy to focus on, so it would be a job that comes easy to me and it pays well.
      And as long as the people I’m working with aren’t incompetent, I have no problem with it at all
    • Sources
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanical_engineering
      http://www.wisegeek.com/what-skills-are-needed-for-mechanical-engineer-employment.htm
      http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/407/Mechanical-Engineer.html
      http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Mechanical_Engineer/Salary
      http://www.ed-reference.us/10100/indiana/engineering/colleges