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The Career of an Aerospace Engineer<br />By Matthew Campbell<br />
“Don’t bunt.  Aim out of the ballpark.”<br />(David Ogilvy)<br />
Job Overview<br />Developing new technologies for many different uses<br />Designing, testing, supervising and manufacturi...
More Job Overview<br />Work with machines that fly in and out of the atmosphere<br />Systems oriented type of engineering<...
Education<br />A bachelor's degree is required<br />A bachelor’s degree is most common<br />Engineering, physics, electron...
Payment<br />$58,130, beginning salary<br />$93,890, average salary<br />$134,570, potential salary<br />$45.18, U.S. aver...
Career Outlook<br />slight increase<br />Somewhat stable<br />Demand of newer, better aircraft<br />
Growth Potential<br />10.38% in the U.S.<br />11% in Maryland<br />New graduates needed<br />More slowly than average<br />
Related Careers<br />Electrical engineers<br />Civil engineers<br />Sales engineers<br />Industrial engineers<br />Space m...
Compared to a psychologist<br />
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  1. 1. The Career of an Aerospace Engineer<br />By Matthew Campbell<br />
  2. 2. “Don’t bunt. Aim out of the ballpark.”<br />(David Ogilvy)<br />
  3. 3. Job Overview<br />Developing new technologies for many different uses<br />Designing, testing, supervising and manufacturing spacecraft, aircraft, and missiles.<br />Perform a variety of engineer work<br />Conduct research on materials and equipment<br />Some specialize in a method or specific aerospace product<br />
  4. 4. More Job Overview<br />Work with machines that fly in and out of the atmosphere<br />Systems oriented type of engineering<br />Higher positions include teaching, research and development positions<br />
  5. 5. Education<br />A bachelor's degree is required<br />A bachelor’s degree is most common<br />Engineering, physics, electronics, computer and math classes<br />
  6. 6. Payment<br />$58,130, beginning salary<br />$93,890, average salary<br />$134,570, potential salary<br />$45.18, U.S. average wage<br />
  7. 7. Career Outlook<br />slight increase<br />Somewhat stable<br />Demand of newer, better aircraft<br />
  8. 8. Growth Potential<br />10.38% in the U.S.<br />11% in Maryland<br />New graduates needed<br />More slowly than average<br />
  9. 9. Related Careers<br />Electrical engineers<br />Civil engineers<br />Sales engineers<br />Industrial engineers<br />Space marketers<br />Mechanical engineers<br />Engineering managers<br />
  10. 10. Compared to a psychologist<br />
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